Strategically injecting cryogens such as liquid nitrogen (N2) or carbon dioxide (CO2) directly into the bottom of a mixture chills food faster, more effectively and more economically than other cooling methods.
They say don’t judge a book by its cover – but when consumers shop for packaged food, they often do just that. Therefore, it’s essential that on-package printing is clear and concise. Advancements in printing technology have provided processors with a wide array of options when selecting printing options for their packaged food products. Learn what printing systems options are available for your operation.