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Schur Star: Squeeze and mix pouch

A marinade filled in the top compartment with a frangible seal offers squeeze-n-mix marinating of the fresh protein in the bottom compartment.
Schur Star: Squeeze and mix pouchSchur Star: Squeeze and mix pouch

The Schur Star® Squeeze ‘n’ Mix packaging has two compartments with a frangible seal in the middle. Simply mix marinades and meat inside the packaging. The easy opening guarantees convenient access afterwards. By separating the meat from the marinade, shelf life of the product is extending compared to marinated meat products.

The visibility of the raw meat leads to more consumer trust in quality and freshness. Resulting in increased sales and customer loyalty.

The Squeeze ‘n’ Mix method
The innovative Squeeze ‘n‘ Mix method offers simple, clean, easy and convenient in-pack meat marinating.

1. Squeeze the compartment that is filled with marinade with your hands.

2. The middle seal splits allowing the marinade and the meat to mix.

3. Allowing the meat to marinade inside the packaging without any mess. Easy opening, allows simple and convenient access.

The Schur® Star Packaging Concept
The Schur Star Concept consists of the Schur Star packaging machine (shown) and the pre-made Schur Star bags supplied to customers linked together on one string. The bags can be made to meet all possible functionalities required, including all types of barrier properties.

The Schur® Star bagging system allows companies to package a wide variety of products using Schur’s pre-made bags and SchurStar packaging machine. The two are designed to work in combination to deliver up to 80 filled and sealed bags per minute with fast changeovers and simple machine operation.

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