Vacuum sealed pouches for food

Superior Vacuum Pouch Solutions

Facing the issue of your food products losing freshness quickly, leading to waste and customer dissatisfaction?

It's frustrating when poor packaging compromises your food's quality, risking spoilage and hurting your brand's reputation.

Discover our advanced vacuum pouches, designed to preserve freshness and extend shelf life. Meeting top food safety standards, they keep your products tantalizingly fresh and reduce waste, enhancing customer satisfaction and your brand's excellence.

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Discover plastic bags vacuum packaging that enhance food safety and shelf life, catering to restaurants, grocers, and beyond.

Standard Vacuum Pouches

Enhance the durability of your food packaging with our Standard Vacuum Pouches, available in both 3 mil and stronger 5 mil versions. Ideal for securely sealing meats with bones or sharper edges, these pouches are engineered to resist punctures and tears, ensuring no leaks disrupt your product's quality.

Clarity Vacuum Pouches

Showcase the quality of your products with our high-clarity Vacuum Pouches, crafted from superior cast co-extruded film. These pouches are designed to display your products in their best light, making them a great choice for enhancing visual appeal while maintaining the freshness of your food

Biodegradable Vacuum Pouches

Embrace sustainability with our Biodegradable Vacuum Pouches, crafted from renewable resources. These eco-friendly pouches are fully compostable and ideal for freezer storage and sous vide cooking, aligning with your eco-conscious values without compromising on quality.

Aluminum Vacuum Pouches

Aluminum Vacuum Pouches are the armor for your food, offering top-notch protection against light, moisture, and air. Ideal for products needing extra barrier strength, they keep your food fresh and safe, just as it should be.

One side transparent vacuum pouches

Get the best of both worlds with our One Side Transparent Vacuum Pouches. They provide a clear view of the product while maintaining strong protection on the other side, perfect for customer appeal and product safety.

Specifitions & Features of Vacuum Pack Pouches

We provide durable, elegant, and eco-friendly Wine pouch packaging solutions to ensure customer pleasure and brand integrity.
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Benefits of vacuum packaging

  • Extended Shelf Life: The vacuum pouches slow down oxidation, preserving freshness, flavor, and nutritional value for longer, thus reducing waste and restocking frequency.
  • Storage Efficiency: Their space-saving design is ideal for efficient storage in various settings, enhancing convenience and space management.
  • Food Safety: They prevent cross-contamination, dehydration, and mould, as the lack of oxygen inhibits bacterial and mould growth, maintaining the integrity and quality of your food.
  • Visibility and Presentation:Clear or high-clarity options in vacuum pouches allow for excellent visibility of the product, enhancing the appeal on retail shelves and enabling easy identification for end-users

Materials Used in Vacuum Food Pouch

Materials for vacuum pouches are food-grade plastic. Our vacuum food pouches use multilayer technology, with a strong outer layer of polyethylene (PE), a barrier layer of polyamide (PA), and typically aluminum foil for UV and moisture protection.

This fusion creates a pouch that excels in food preservation, offering optimal material thickness, heat sealing capabilities, and barrier properties to protect and extend the shelf life of a wide range of products.

Properties of Laminated Materials:

  • PE (Polyethylene): Offers moisture resistance and flexibility, making it a cost-effective choice for exterior layers.
  • PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate): Provides high clarity and a good barrier against gases and moisture.
  • PA (Polyamide): Excellent for oxygen barrier properties, puncture resistance, and preserving flavor and aroma.
  • EVOH (Ethylene Vinyl Alcohol): Known for superior gas barrier qualities, ideal for extending product freshness.
  • Aluminum Foil: The ultimate barrier against light, oxygen, and moisture, crucial for preserving taste and preventing contamination, often used in layers to enhance protection.


Vacumm Pouches Details Show

Vacuum pouches
Colorstandard clear or colored
Print0-10 colors as your design
Width Within1000mm(39.37in)
Seal Format1 Bottom Seal / 3 Side Seals
Tolerance of Temp-40°C-100°C(212°F)
Supply Ability200000 Piece/Pieces per Day

Vacuum Food Pouches' Features

  • UV Barrier Protection: Materials like aluminum foil provide protection against UV light, preserving food quality, color, and nutrients.
  • Puncture Resistance: Choose durability with our nylon-made puncture-resistant vacuum pouches, perfect for packaging sharp or irregular items securely.
  • Widened Firm Edge Sealing: Opt for enhanced security with our vacuum pouches featuring widened edge sealing, ideal for robust protection in transport and storage.
  • New Food Grade Material: Our vacuum pouches, maded from nes food-grade material, offer sanitary and safe storage for all food products.
  • High Temperature Resistance:Our high-temperature vacuum pouches can withstand boiling conditions. This feature makes them a good choice for sous vide cooking and sterilizing operations.
  • Microwave Heating and Cold Storage: Designed for microwave heating and cold storage, the vacuum pouch is convenient. They work well for ready-to-eat meals and other foods.

Vacuum Food Pouches' Add-ons

  • Tear notch
  • Laser scoring
  • Hanger holes
  • Clear Window
  • Carry handles
  • Rounded corners
  • Straight tear line

Versatile Vacuum Pouches Applications

Whether it's for the long-term storage of grains like rice, or keeping meats and snacks at their peak, our vacuum pouches deliver unmatched freshness and protection
  • Grains Product:Rice, nuts, beans, and other grain foods that are vacuum-packed to keep them fresh from the mill to the kitchen.
  • Fresh Meat (Pork, Beef): Vacuum-sealed premium cuts of beef or pork, preserving the meat's freshness, taste, and texture for retail or wholesale.
  • Sea Food: Fresh salmon fillets, fish or shrimp, vacuum-packed bag to retain their freshness and flavor, commonly seen in supermarkets or fish markets.
  • Snack: Bags of vacuum-sealed nuts or dried fruits, perfect for maintaining crispness and preventing moisture ingress.
  • Jerky: Various types of jerky, from beef to turkey, vacuum-sealed for freshness, preventing moisture and extending shelf life in stores or online sales.
  • Vegetables & Fruit: Vacuum-packed bags of chopped mixed vegetables or salad mixes, ensuring they stay fresh longer and are convenient for consumers.
  • Braised Food: Vacuum-sealed ready-to-eat meals like beef stew or braised chicken, keeping them fresh and flavorful for quick and easy dining options.
  • Cheeses: Cheese manufacturers and distributors widely use vacuum-sealed pouches for packaging various types of cheeses, from soft cheeses like Brie and Camembert to hard cheeses like Cheddar and Parmesan.
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Real Talks from Satisfied Partners

Mike Green

Jerky Producer
"As the Production Manager at JerkyCrafters Inc., ensuring top-notch packaging for our jerky was a major concern. High-barrier vacuum pouches from Bagnpouch exceeded our expectations. Our consumers love our tasty, moisture-free jerky for its freshness."

Sarah Nguyen

Cheese Distributor

"In my role at CheezeDelight Distributors, maintaining cheese quality during bulk distribution is critical. These vacuum-packed cheese pouches have revolutionized our storage, offering freezer safety that effectively combats freezer burn. The texture and flavor preservation of our cheeses is phenomenal."

Carlos Rivera

Seafood Supplier
"In seafood processing at OceanBounty Fisheries, freshness is non-negotiable. These high clarity vacuum pouches have upped our game, ensuring our seafood stays fresh longer. Their performance in preventing freezer burn is unparalleled in the industry."

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the disadvantages of vacuum packing food?

Vacuum packaging is a great way to make food last longer, but it's not right for all items.

  • Limited for Certain Foods: Some foods, like raw onions and garlic, can ferment in a vacuum-sealed environment.
  • Initial Cost: The initial investment in vacuum packaging equipment can be higher compared to other packaging methods.
  • Altered Texture: Certain delicate foods may experience texture changes due to the pressure of vacuum sealing.
  • Not a Substitute for Heat Preservation: Vacuum packing does not eliminate the need for refrigeration or freezing for certain types of perishable foods.

How long does food last in a vacuum sealed bag?

The longevity of food in vacuum-sealed bags can vary significantly depending on the type of food, storage conditions, and temperature.lf life also depends on the storage conditions – refrigerated, frozen, or at room temperature.

Generally, vacuum sealing can extend a food's shelf life by 3-5 times compared to traditional methods. For example, raw meats can last in the freezer for up to 2-3 years when vacuum sealed, as opposed to 6 months without.

Retort Pouch Packaging vs. Vacuum Pouch Packaging

Retort and vacuum pouch packaging serve different purposes.

Retort pouches are used for ready-to-eat meals and are processed in high heat to sterilize the food, making them shelf-stable without refrigeration.

On the other hand, vacuum pouches are ideal for raw or uncooked products, extending shelf life by removing air.

Each has its unique advantage depending on the product's requirements – retort for convenience and shelf stability, vacuum for freshness and extended storage.

Vacumm packaging VS Frozen packaging

Both vacuum and frozen packaging are excellent methods to preserve food, but they cater to different needs.

Vacuum packaging is all about evicting air, which helps keep food fresh and tasty for longer. But, it doesn't stop the clock on enzyme activity.

Frozen packaging, specifically designed for the freezer, protects against freezer burn but isn’t necessarily about removing air.

It’s like choosing between a shield and a fortress for your food

What Foods Should Not Be Vacuum Sealed?

It's important to know that not all foods are suitable for vacuum sealing.

Foods like garlic, mushrooms, soft cheeses, and some fresh vegetables produce gases after sealing, which can spoil the food. Also, raw onions and cruciferous vegetables (like broccoli, cabbage) can emit strong odors.

Always consider the specific characteristics of each food item before choosing to vacuum seal it.

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