Baking & Snack - June 2018 - 114
For premium breads
that require an inner
wrap, flexibility is key.
want to be shown how to open it properly, and that
can often be overlooked."
But going the extra mile often means making some
changes - tradeoffs, even - in the process.
Because the packaging department is an area that typically
struggles with space constraints and efficiency challenges,
incorporating equipment for premium packaging requires
thought and planning. Although the goal is for consumers
to perceive that time, care and money went into carefully
wrapping, bagging or boxing an upscale product, the truth
is, they don't realize the half of it.
Incorporating the necessary equipment into an operation requires investments such as more expensive film, a
thorough testing system and possibly slower runs.
While having a higher grade of material goes without
saying, testing and slower runs must not be overlooked.
"You want to make sure you have thorough testing in your
facility to make sure you didn't take an expensive film and
Stack for Success
wafﬂes | pancakes | ﬂat buns | ﬂat breads | cookies | pizza crusts, etc.
· Reduce Labor
· Hygienic and Sanitary Design
· Increase Throughput
· Multiple lanes
· Independent Lane Count
· Paper and Card Board
Interleaving (Pizza Crust)
· Allen-Bradley Controls
at a rate of
per lane, is
ideal for large
pita bread and
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