Tis The Season For Food Packaging Equipment 

Tis the season for food packaging equipment

We are well into Fall/Winter. Don’t believe us? Look at the menu at any coffee shop, the dairy section in any grocery store, the display case at any pier-one imports. It’s fall and pumpkin spice is here to prove it and while everyone is stockpiling ginger spice this and nutmeg that, GTI is making sure your food stays fresh all year round no matter what it is. 

 

Your food packaging serves three purposes. 

  • Keep the good stuff in and the bad stuff out.
  • Keep the good stuff good. 
  • Get your attention.  

 

GTI’s supplies and equipment are tried, true and ready to work for you. 

 

Vacuum Sealer Food Packaging Equipment | Miami USA

Vacuum Sealer Food Packaging Equipment

What’s better than opening your new coffee bag and being enveloped in a cloud of caffeinated oxygen? Well, world peace would be better, but we’ll take the small victories, for now, right? GTI sells the stuff that makes this happen so next time you take a whiff, think of us won’t ya?

 

Commercial Thermoforming Food Packaging Equipment | GTI Industries | Miami Florida

Thermoforming Food Packaging Equipment

Sounds like Tony Stark invented it. Amiright? It’s actually much less glamorous, but way more prevalent than you might think. Take a trip to your grocery store and you’ll find it in prepared food sections, meat, produce, and more. Think sweet potato pie, pumpkin muffins, etc. GTI has the equipment for that too. 

 

Commercial Metal Detector Food Packaging Equipment | GTI Industries Inc | Miami Florida

Metal Detector Food Packaging Equipment  

Don’t you just hate when there’s a random piece of metal in your Twinkie? We know. That never happens, but that’s because of this scary-sounding machine. Check out GTI’s catalogue and get yourself one and slide your food through it to make sure your consumers never know what it’s like to chew on metal. 

 

So we’ve answered the question of why GTI is the best choice – we may not have the meats, but we have the packaging for it.  Now, the more pressing question is why don’t we have these “seasonal” foods all year long?