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Sealed Air: Easy-open small tab bag

Designed for small portion deli items such as cheese and meat, the Cryovac Grip & Tear Small Tab easy-open vacuum bag from Sealed Air provides consumer convenience, and is said to reduce packaging material by up to 20% compared to some easy-open rollstock formats.
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The Cryovac Grip & Tear Small Tab bag features a tab that opens packages in one quick motion once pulled. Consumers no longer have to rely on knives or scissors to force product entry, eliminating injuries and cross-contamination. The smaller easy-open tab at the top also creates a more visually appealing package for smaller products.

The bag is not only a more sustainable packaging choice in terms of material reduction, it also helps prevent product damage from knife or tool puncturing that can compromise product quality for items such as sausages and hot dogs.

The bag also offers visual appeal and a refined presentation for enhanced retail merchandising. Each bag employs a skin-tight shrink and transparent gloss to offer consumers a clear look at packaged products. Additionally, the package’s exterior film accommodates 360-degree, distortion-free graphics that expand branding capabilities and help ensure clear labeling.

In addition to easier product access, Cryovac Grip & Tear packaging delivers enhanced shrink and toughness for deli meats and cheeses, fresh red meat and whole chickens without compromising oxygen-barrier properties.



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