If it is meat that you are packaging, your customers need to clearly see the contents thereof. The easily legible markers and date stamps confirm that this meat that you have just finished packaging is fresh. But such is human nature. The customers still want to see, perhaps even gently feel that the meat is fresh. Therefore, the packaging surface is translucent. It is also strong and resilient to counter those curious, pressing fingers.
Furthermore, to make absolutely certain that your meat stays fresh for the duration of its transit, from your packaging and processing center to the customer’s shopping basket, you have the tools on your shop floor to effectively vacuum seal the freshness in. It stays that way until the customer has easily but carefully unwrapped the packaging. The packaging consulting rulebook may also pass on suggestions on how you will go about ensuring that this is to be no rip-roaring affair going forward.
The inconvenience of having to struggle to open a sealed package can really get on a customer’s nerves. Such is human nature. Not all customers are patient. Perhaps they are that hungry to eat. They may not always appreciate why and how you have gone to great lengths to ensure that all product and materials have been so tightly clamped. Very often it is for their own safety, hygiene and health too.
But sure enough, it protects your industry’s reputation too. For the customer’s convenience, an easy to utilize tab is included in a strategic corner of the packaging unit. The customer is able to do his unraveling without damaging the contents of the parcel. And this unwrapping business is also conveniently a no mess, no fuss affair.