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Flavorseal and Flexopack develop new alliance

June 9, 2014
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Flavorseal, a leading provider of flexible food packaging solutions for the food processing and food service industries, is pleased to announce a new alliance with Flexopack S.A. Plastics Company. This alliance, based on a respective executed agreement between the two companies, makes Flavorseal the officially authorized source for Flexopack’s vacuum shrink bags, shrinkable films and new, cutting-edge equipment line within the US.

“Flavorseal’s relationship with Flexopack spans over many years. We both share a passion and commitment to deliver innovative ideas to our customers,” said Chris Carroll, President of Flavorseal. “This new agreement gives Flavorseal customers a total packaging solution that is unlike anything in the market today.”

Flexopack, based in Attika, Greece, produces and provides innovative packaging materials for the international food processing market since 1979 and has an international presence, exporting its products globally to more than 40 countries. Flexopack’s vacuum shrink bags and shrinkable films are designed to withstand the most demanding applications, and are available in a wide variety of barrier structures to meet specialized food packaging needs. In the summer of 2014, Flavorseal will launch Flexopack’s new line of vacuum packaging equipment to the US food processing market and will offer customers a reliable and innovative solution based on Flexopack’s range of products (shrink bags, shrinkable films and equipment).

“We are very excited about the potential of this strategic relationship between our two companies,” said Ryan Till, Market Manager for Flavorseal. “Our high-performance packaging combined with this new line of packaging equipment will revolutionize the food packaging industry.”

Flavorseal, a food packaging company, specializes in packaging systems and products for the food processing, foodservice, and retail markets, providing customized solutions that improve ways to package, prepare and store food. In addition to our new SQF Level 3 Certification, Flavorseal has also achieved a superior rating from the American Institute of Baking (AIB). For more information, visit us at www.flavorseal.com or email us at info@flavorseal.com.

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