Packaging is a major and growing factor in the success of a product. Choosing the right package can come down to the way it feels, the appearance of the product within the package, or the comfort level with a particular style of package. At the point of sale, consumers really do judge a product by its looks. Learn how to choose the right package for your product, your operation and your end user.
As demand for homestyle burgers continues, along with the same expectation of taste, quality and safety, processors that produce ground beef and burger patties seek solutions to help them deliver on all aspects of better burgers. Those solutions — just like the increasing type and variety of "burgers" on the market — involve a series of important steps, from meat selection and temperature to mixing and grinding to forming.
It's not just a ground beef/foam tray world anymore. While that product is still popular, today's meat case includes a broader range of proteins, grinds, forms and packages, from case-ready bricks of bison to onion-studded turkey patties. A diverse marketplace calls for versatile equipment that can handle different processes, products and packaging without giving up efficiency. Learn more about systems that can help you solve the meat case when it comes to ground products.