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What Role Did Scholle IPN Play in Developing Aseptic Packaging?

Scholle IPN Film Extrusion 1960sIn the 1970’s, Scholle IPN developed the aseptic filling machine which enabled the bag-in-box packaging process. Prior to Scholle IPN, the aseptic process had been limited to cans and was most commonly used for dairy products. Aseptic packaging for bulk bag-in-box allowed processors to provide out-of-season products throughout the year, revolutionizing the storage and transportation of processed fruit and vegetable products.

In recent years, we have seen a shift in consumer demands towards healthy beverage options, resulting in the growth of the aseptic drink category. Scholle IPN’s advancements in filling equipment and bag-in-box technology provide solutions for retail and institutional establishments who wish to offer coffeedairyjuicesmoothies, and other functional beverages, while retaining nutritional value.

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