From President Clinton to The New York Times from Glamour magazine to television talk shows Boca Burger's meatless burgers are garnering rave reviews for their meat-like texture and appealing flavor. So where's the beef? In the packaging machinery of course. "In the approximately two years we've had product out on the commercial market we've gone from sales in the thousands of dollars to millions" boasts Max Shondor one of the owners of the privately held Boca Raton FL-based company. "The growth has been phenomenal and we've had to increase our packaging output to get sufficient product out into the market" he says. Speeding production are two Econoseal Spartan cartoners from Econocorp (Randolph MA) and two used Super Mustang wrappers from Doboy Packaging (New Richmond WI). One of each makes up Boca's two nearly identical packaging lines. After individual burgers are formed baked cooled and frozen they are brought to the Doboy where each 2.5-oz burger is wrapped in 80-ga clear polypropylene film from various suppliers. "It's like a peanut bag in that it's easy to pop open" notes Shondor. Machine speeds range between 100 and 160/min. The output is considerably faster than the 30/min rate of prior wrapping equipment. One of the faster Doboys was added last February the second last September.