Developed by Blisspack Co. Ltd., this blister pack involves a proprietary easy-cut technology using special knives to create a small tear strip in the lidding material near the top of the container. Once this strip has been torn, the package contents can be dispensed. Then, thanks to the intricate yet user-friendly design of the container, the top of the package can be folded so tightly that no product can escape.
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MeadWestvaco’s Shellpak Renew, a new package designed to meet patient and pharmacist needs, features a tear-resistant, recyclable outer carton, an easy-slide blister and an integrated calendar for patients to easily track their medications.
At Anuga FoodTec, Hakan Pettersson, managing director of MicVac, describes what he calls a “breakthrough innovation technology” for chilled ready meals. The MicVac process allows raw or partially pre-cooked ingredients to be microwave-pasteurized in-pack. The process is said to allow for greater product quality, color, taste, texture, vitamin content, and shelf life.