Your tomato sauce product has potential to reach millions of consumers on a daily basis. Rely on our flexible packaging solutions to keep your product pure, preserving freshness and quality with extended secondary shelf life. Our bag-in-box and pouch products are designed to cut costs while minimizing packaging waste and environmental impact. Plus, they enable users to dispense nearly 99% of what’s inside, which reduces product waste. And with our aseptic technology, you can provide a shelf-stable, preservative-free product—no refrigeration required. Trust our clean and innovative products to keep yours fresh, from fill through final dispensing.
Bag-in-box packaging is ideal for delivering bulk amounts of fresh tomato sauce that is safe and easy-to-use and safe for fast-paced institutional environments. Size options range from 1L, all the way up to industrial-sized bags as large as 300 gallons (220L). It’s a clean, cost-effective, and high-performance alternative to conventional rigid containers.
Our bag-in-box products are used around the world in dispensing systems by food service operations, quick-serve restaurants, and more. Sterile, closed-loop systems protect product from exposure, reducing chance of cross-contamination and extending freshness once opened by up to four weeks. And with aseptic technology, tomato sauces can be packaged as shelf-stable, without preservatives or need for costly cold chain logistics.
Bag-in-box is a UN-Certifiable package that offers cost savings throughout the supply chain. Packaging arrives at your plant flat, maximizing your inbound logistics. Filled bag-in-box has a smaller package footprint and better cube efficiency than bottles, jugs, and pails, allowing more filled products to be placed on a pallet. And its compact design optimizes valuable shelf space, is easy-to-store, and requires no storage or return of empty rigid containers. These benefits create shipping and storage efficiencies which minimize costs and maximize profit.
Whatever you need, we’ve got you covered: from bag-in-box filling equipment in various filling speeds and processing-type capabilities to our wide range of films, fitments, and connectors. Our complete bag-in-box systems protect your product, delivering it to end-users with the quality and freshness you intended.
Pouches are rapidly growing in popularity and use around the world. This highly-convenient and portable package allows you to offer your product in sizes as small as 50 ml, up to larger, multi-serving sizes. Offer consumers travel-friendly, perfectly-portioned, and easily disposable packages of their favorite tomato sauce for camping or picnics, or offer trial sizes to encourage sampling. Pouches are clean and easy-to-use, and eliminate the scooping, scraping, and squeezing of messy bottles to get all the product out of the package.
Scholle IPN offers the first aseptic pouch, meaning tomato sauces can be offered in shelf-stable pouches that extend shelf life up to 12 months without refrigeration while still providing optimal flavors and textures. Scholle IPN’s pouch packaging products—from filling machines, to spout and cap components—are engineered for quality and safety, and backed globally by Scholle IPN technology and service.
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