RESEAL


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RESEALReduction of Excess Steam Emission and Air Leakage
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tesa's Lift & Reseal is now in use around the world with major retailers and brand owners specifying the system on a wide range of products and pack sizes, from small, high value snacks to economy budget products.
"Only 25% of consumers say they eat all their Store bakery cookies in the rigid container before they go stale, "Robinson says "During in-home use testing, we saw that consumers clearly perceived the extended freshness of cookies in the FNT pouch resulting from our proprietary film structure and reseal able zipper.
From shredded cheeses to milk chugs, detergents, and lunchmeat, consumers have gotten many of the reseals that they wanted and made for a lot of product and packaging victories in the process.
Esterpeel With Reseal-It is a printed lidding film that features the well-proven, tamper-evident, reliable reseal system developed by label specialists MacFarlane.
tesa's Lift & Reseal, a high tech tape developed for the effective reclosure of flexible packaging, exhibited at this year's Packaging Innovations London show with a new addition to its family.
The UK's leading supplier of snacking, breakfast, baking and cooking products, is specifying tesa Lift & Reseal tape as part of its drive to provide healthy, nutritious and long-lasting products to the nation's consumers.
This team, however, has no plans to excavate the chamber, and will reseal the hole according to their agreement with the Egyptian government.
Resealable packaging is increasing in popularity, as consumers demonstrate their desire to reduce food wastage by choosing brands that are packaged in easy to open and reseal packets, saving frustration and maximising product usage.