At the beginning, landscape of the butcher appears to lead to the new way of handle meat and poultry. And analyse the situation when we have meat and poultry packers to handle meat and poultry. Give an introduction of flexible packaging like plastic net bags with goodness.Then tell us some information about pack-expo-international-2012.
Not long ago, nearly every grocery store employed a butcher. Today, the retail landscape is changing, and at the heart of this change are advancements in case-ready products distributed by meat and poultry packers. In fact, market analyst The Freedonia Group predicts overall demand for meat, poultry and seafood packaging will grow by 3 percent annually through 2015. Flexible packaging will continue to outpace rigid types, bolstered by good opportunities for high-barrier film and pouches, as well plastic mesh. Added-value features that preserve quality and promote ease of opening will also, along with consumer demand, contribute to growth.
At private-label retailer Trader Joe's for example, refrigerated cases are full of packages of everything from marinated chicken breasts to grill-ready beef and vegetable skewers. Meat and poultry packers will be able to explore all types of technologies that contribute to the production and distribution of case-ready products at Pack Expo International 2012 (October 28-31; McCormick Place, Chicago). This includes everything from pumping and conveying product to packing and labeling it. The following examples are just a glimpse of what to expect in Chicago this fall.