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ARE YOU USING THE RIGHT SHRINK BAG FOR BONE-IN PRODUCTS?
- Jul 24, 2018 -

PART 3: PRODUCT YIELD

Product loses yield after packaging. The water-holding capacity of a protein can have an enormous impact on a processor’s profitability, affecting not only the quality of the end product but also the yield. If the yield-per-piece is down due to purge loss, you may be leaving dollars on the slicing table.   

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Solution:Enhance a product’s natural water-holding capacity with a shrink bag that has a high shrink rate. A shrink bag with a high rate of shrink acts like a secondary skin to a protein, helping to keep moisture inside the product and improving not only the yield but also the overall quality of the protein.


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AUSTLON-BDL

Combination of strength and shrink for consumer appeal – ideal for leg hams, or hard dried products.



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AUSTLON-BDM

second highest tough puncture 

Packing primal and subprimal cuts to ensure no leaks and breaks during transportation – all without the use of boneguard patch!



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AUSTLON-BDH

hignest tough puncture

Packing primal and subprimal cuts to ensure no leaks and breaks during transportation – all without boneguard patch!



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