The Fox Leno bag is a reliable and sustainable packaging solution for bulk fresh produce items like onions and potatoes. Leno material is a strong, woven mesh that is suitable for other items as well such as nuts, shellfish, citrus, and firewood. It has several advantages over other packaging options because it is solid, form-stable, breathable, and cost-effective. Leno packaging can be customized with high-resolution graphics and labels to enhance the product's appeal and visibility.
One of the most important investments you can make in your packing operations is your equipment. The speed and accuracy of your equipment directly impacts the efficiency of your crew, which in turn directly impacts your bottom line. Fox Solutions is focused not only on our helping our customers find the right automation solutions to maximize that efficiency, but also on helping you know how to get the most out of that investment.
Our newest manufacturing partner, Redpack Packaging Machinery® is based in the UK and specializes in flow wrapping technology for fresh produce and more commonly, bakery items. They offer a wide variety of machine options covering all combinations of top reel, bottom reel, rotary jaw and box motion jaw solutions to cover all applications. In today's Q&A with them, we're gaining insights on packaging trends and learning more about the benefits of flow wrapping technology.
Demand is rising for more sustainability-conscious products across the board, and specifically in the realm of consumer packaging. However, as shoppers become increasingly environmentally conscious, there has been a proven disconnect between shoppers saying they desire more eco-friendly options while not empowering themselves with the knowledge necessary to take action.
The Packer recently released its 2022 Sustainability Insights report that aggregated the sustainability practices and perceptions of the 664 growers, consumers and retailers that were polled. Three stats in particular highlighted the critical need for recyclability to be a key component of a successful packaging program.