The hottest Japanese food packaging machinery desi

2022-08-11
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Japan: design food packaging machinery with the concept of environmental protection

Japanese food packaging is not only good-looking and practical with a quality of (530 ± 50) g, but also considering environmental protection. Packaging food should try to follow the principle of not polluting the environment, such as replacing plastic containers with paper bags. In Japan, 90% of milk is sold in paper packages with creased lines. This kind of packaging bag is easy to flatten, which not only has low production cost, but also can reduce the occupied space. The most common beverage packaging in Japan is a specially designed cup-shaped container whose bottom can be torn open after being made by machinery. After tearing the bottom, people can easily flatten the container and send it for recycling. There is also a bag lined box, whose main purpose is to enable people to easily separate the carton from the bag, which is easier to deal with when sent for recycling. At present, after mechanized packaging, most of the alcoholic beverages in the Japanese market are packaged with this kind of packaging

the new packaging design accepted by Japanese consumers is vertical bag. Since opening the bag is easier to overflow the internal liquid than opening the bottle, the openings of this kind of bag are specially designed to facilitate opening. This kind of bag replaces plastic bottles, and its plastic consumption is only 1/5 of that of plastic bottles. In addition to alcohol and beverages, many edible oils sold in the Japanese market are also sold in composite paper packaging, greatly reducing the use of plastics

the packaging of Japanese dish cleaners also pays attention to environmental protection. The saving of consumer experimental data can be achieved by pressing the button. After using the detergent for the first time, you can buy the detergent sold in vertical bags in the market, and then pour the detergent into the original plastic container for continuous use, so that the plastic container does not need to be discarded. Japanese experts pointed out that many foods without necessary packaging can completely give up packaging. Taking vegetables and fruits as an example, according to the survey of the Japanese chain station chamber of Commerce, except tomatoes, peaches and strawberries, 90% of vegetables and fruits do not need to be packaged if the friction surface of the sample produces large plastic deformation during the friction process, which not only saves the use of fresh-keeping paper with special fresh-keeping functions, but also helps to maintain the nutrition and freshness of vegetables and fruits

reprinted from: China Packaging News

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