There are six different types of food packaging - Luxury-Paper-

  • Rapid development in economics, science, and technology has resulted in food packaging evolving along with them, displaying new characteristics that not only meet people's consumption requirements at various levels, but also help to reduce the burden of environmental pollution. As a result, low-polluting green packaging has emerged as the new development trend in food packaging in the twenty-first century, as the function of food packaging is being expanded at the moment.


    Food packaging design is explained in detail by KALI Packaging Design, who walks you through the six different types of packaging.

    Type 1 - Sterile packaging for food products
    Consumers have raised their expectations for the preservation function of food packaging in recent years, prompting many manufacturers to invest both human and material resources in the subject's improvement in order to provide consumers with better feedback. Food sterile packaging is a method of sealing sterilized food in a sterilized container, maintaining the sealed state after filling, and extending the shelf life of the food without the use of preservatives or refrigeration. Aseptic preservation packaging is the most common type of packaging used in the food industry in various countries, and it is not only used to custom box packaging fruit juices and beverages, but it is also used to package milk, mineral water, and wine, among other things.

    Type 2 - Packaging that is environmentally friendly
    Green packaging refers to packaging that is environmentally friendly, does not pollute the environment, is not harmful to human health, and can be recycled. People are becoming increasingly concerned about environmental protection, according to experts, who predict that green food packaging will dominate the world market in the next ten years. Green food packaging will also cater to consumer demand, as people are becoming increasingly concerned about environmental protection.

    Packing with special features (Type 3).
    This is a new type of packaging, functional packaging that can be used in a variety of ways, such as in the United States, where an ultraviolet blocker is applied to the packaging in order to prevent the packaging of the contents from changing in color, smell, taste, or nutritional value. Using an anti-corrosion paper developed by a Japanese company, brine-packed food can be kept fresh for three weeks at 38 degrees Celsius while maintaining its original flavor and texture in the packaging.

    Type 4 - Ingenious packaging
    A smart package can display the temperature and humidity of the packaging space, as well as the pressure and degree of sealing, as well as time and other important variables. In general, the use of photoelectrelectrelectror temperature sensitivity, moisture sensitivity, gas sensitivity, and other functions of packaging materials composites has resulted in the development of a very large amount of space in the packaging industry.

    Type 5 - Convenient packaging
    While the first four cannot completely replace this, convenient food packaging can add more convenience to the lives of consumers, as demonstrated by the variety show. Using our Law, we can prepare food in a short period of time and achieve automatic heating or cooling of the food in convenient packaging, thus meeting the requirements for many outdoor workers, tourists and other people on the go at the same time.

    Type 6 - Customized or personalized packaging
    Because of the increase in similar products, entrepreneurs are pursuing them with a ferocious zeal in terms of appearance and function. Visual stimulation is becoming increasingly important in consumer decision-making. Different colors can elicit different psychological reactions in consumers, and the clever application of color emotional laws can cause consumers to pay close attention to what they are seeing. The personalization of food packaging is an unavoidable trend in the food industry.