Posted by Rob Helmke | Tuesday, December 16, 2014 1 Comment

When you think of the things that make a package stand out on the shelves, you probably have some go-to elements like color, size and label. With food packaging, however, there are some other factors that need to be considered when designing a package. Attractive packaging is one thing, but food packaging needs to address the unique needs of the food industry, such as temperature requirements, tamper evidence, and more. At Plastic Ingenuity, we want your business to succeed as much as you do, and that’s why we’re dedicated to helping our clients determine the best ways to design  quality food packaging.

We considered all aspects of what the ideal food package should feature, and with that information, we created this useful graphic that you can use as a guide when coming up with ideas and designs for your products’ thermo-packaging. Some things you may not have thought of include whether the package will need vents for air circulation (necessary for fruits and vegetables to help prevent rotting), leak resistance, how the product will stack on shelves, and more.

Check out our infographic for eight important things to consider. When you need attractive and highly functional plastic packaging for your food products, contact Plastic Ingenuity.

The Secrets of Successful Packaging

Topics: Food Packaging