When it comes to selecting the correct vacuum pouches for your products, there are a few things for you to consider:

1-Film Construction

There are two ways to construct vacuum pouches. Vacuum pouches are either laminated or co-extruded. Laminated vacuum pouches are constructed of multiple layers of film providing higher puncture resistance. Co-extruded vacuum pouches have a slight stretch to the material allowing them to contour to the product. Both are food-safe packaging options.

2-Pouch Thickness

Vacuum pouch thickness is measured in Mil, 1 Mil being 1/1000th of an inch. VC999 Materials offers a range of pouch thicknesses to meet your packaging requirements.

3-Mil. vacuum pouches provide a standard puncture-resistant, medium barrier for most food products that don’t require extra resilience for sharp edges. It’s the popular choice for many food products like meats, cheeses, bakery items, and more.

4-Mil. vacuum pouches are slightly thicker, providing a strong, puncture-resistant barrier for products like meats that will be frozen after vacuum packaging.

5-Mil. vacuum pouches offer the most protection for products with sharp edges like bone-in meats. They are a great packaging solution for ribs, but pork chops, T-bone, or Tomahawk type in-bone cuts will likely require additional bone guard applications to ensure a vacuum.

3- Branding

In addition to clear vacuum pouches, we offer custom printed vacuum pouches and films to ensure your brand gets noticed!

Our knowledgeable material sales staff is happy to answer all of your questions!

Call us at 1-800-728-2999
or email us at Sales@vc999.com.