With batch inclusion bags, the bag is consumed with the product. This leaves no waste to dispose of.
Prevent potentially hazardous substances coming into contact with your workers and workspaces. By removing the need to weigh products and open packaging, you create less steps and an efficient process.
No product is lost due to weighing or sticking to the package. Your entire product is used creating full product utilization.
Without the waste and handling of other products, your working environment can remain clean with ease.
Batch inclusion bags are great for containing and protecting powders, pellets and flowable materials. Low melt bags can be added to a mixture during production.
When considering a batch inclusion bag, consider there are some important factors that affect effectiveness.
ISO 9001 sets out the criteria for a quality management system.
HACCP is a management system in which food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of biological, chemical, and physical hazards from raw material production, procurement and handling, to manufacturing, distribution and consumption of the finished product.
Such packaging is often referred to as “type-approved”, “UN Approved” or “UN certified” “POP” (performance oriented) and is marked in a particular way, prefixed by the UN Packaging symbol and followed by alpha numeric codes. It is not only important to select the correct UN approved packaging, but it is also important to use it as it was tested and carefully follow the closure information provided by the manufacturer.
The AIB International certification is for food safety and grain-based production capabilities.
BRC Global Standards' guarantee the standardization of quality, safety, and operational criteria and ensure that manufacturers fulfill their legal obligations and provide protection for the end consumer.
Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) is but one layer in U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) multi-layered cargo enforcement strategy. Through this program, CBP works with the trade community to strengthen international supply chains and improve United States border security.
Once successfully benchmarked against GFSI's Benchmarking Requirements, food safety certification programmes (CPOs) achieve GFSI recognition, which lends a nameplate authority to these certifications and acts as a food safety passport of sorts throughout the global marketplace.
The QS certification mark stands for certified quality assurance of fresh food – from farm to shop! Quality scheme for food covers all stages of the food chain.