Aseptic packaging is an invaluable resource for food producers and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Used to prevent any form of contamination, aseptic packaging is a process in which a manufacturer sterilizes both a product and its outer packaging. Through sterilization, food companies are able to preserve product freshness, nutritional value, and flavor. On the pharmaceutical side, aseptic packaging ensures consumers that their medications won’t come into contact with contaminants, like potentially harmful bacteria, for example.
Since the 1960s, Tetra Pak® has been at the forefront of aseptic technology developing various packaging solutions and materials. Today, Tetra Pak-produced aseptic containers can be made from paperboard, metal, semi-rigid plastic, and flexible plastic. Of course, like any other packaging that contains food or pharmaceuticals, companies need to mark their Tetra Pak containers with traceable codes and product information. Without these markings, businesses are likely to encounter supply chain issues and possibly violate federal regulations/distributor requirements.
Fortunately, if your company requires aseptic packaging equipment, InkJet, Inc. has everything you need. Read on to learn how our technology can optimize your Tetra Pak coding operation.