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The most common packaging for pet food used globally is the metal can/tin can. The container may hold both paste and liquid components. Techniques for sealing and sterilizing are especially crucial when packaging wet pet food because it contains water.
Dry dog food, also referred to as kibble, is less expensive and simpler than wet dog food. While canned meals are more rigorously regulated, wet foods are typically more nutritious. Sterilization is necessary throughout the canning process to prevent the growth of bacteria inside the can.
As a result, canned pet food is more costly but more common. Wet diets have a lot of benefits and drawbacks, so choosing between the two is sometimes a matter of preference.
Pouches provide the obvious goal of allowing pet owners to easily tear open the box, reseal it, and open it again for subsequent uses. Particularly if your pets can’t finish their food in one sitting, these resealable grip-seal pouches prevent wastage.
The Global wet pet food packaging market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Beginning this month, Purina will introduce a unique recyclable flexible plastic packaging for wet pet food. As part of a one-year pilot, the invention will be released for the first time in the Netherlands under the Felix brand.
The company’s new pouch tackles a major issue: how to make plastic structures simpler so they may be recycled without sacrificing the functionality of food-grade packaging.
The pet food pouches are able to be lightweight and recyclable while also being high-heat resistant and having the necessary product barrier features thanks to the packaging, which is composed of Polypropylene (PP).
Polypropylene (PP) can be recycled in already-existing plastic recycling streams, such as the one being used for this pilot project in the Netherlands. Once we get the necessary consumer feedback, we will evaluate and communicate any additional roll-out plans.
The pouches will be marketed in a cardboard box made entirely of recyclable materials that contains six beef and six chicken pouches.
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