SIRANE’S Siralon range – nylon food packaging for the oven, microwave or sous-vide –allows food to be packed, shipped, sold and cooked in the same packaging.
And nylon is a very versatile material – it can also be used for hot-fill, roasting bread crumbs and spices, for the disposal of hot cooking oil, and lining catering trays and pans.
The Sira-Cook Siralon absorbent bag/film range is a unique nylon packaging solution for meat, fish and poultry or even vegetables which can even be run down a flow-wrapper.
Nylon is a strong, durable material which is perfect for elevated-temperature cooking.
Jeremy Haydn-Davies, sales director, said: “Siralon is a great solution to a common food packaging problem – namely how to package food for retail in a way that works well not only for the producer/packer and retailer but also for the consumer.
“Siralon does that – not only can food be packed, shipped and sold in a pack that looks and feels good, has a good barrier, and is very durable, but the food cooks beautifully. Cooking times can be reduced, and the food comes out beautifully succulent and tender.
“No moisture is lost, no flavours are lost, and the food tastes great. Nylon is a great way to offer food in ready-to-cook packaging and opens up lots of possibilities.”
Siralon has three grades on offer – Siralon 10, Siralon 12 and Siralon 21.
Siralon 10 offers flow-wrap films or bags for microwave/low temperature cooking such as steaming packs, cook and hot-hold & sous-vide, and is temperature resistant up to 180OC. The material can even be cooked sous-vide and then roasted in the same pack.
Siralon 12 bags are perfect for roasting joints of meat, poultry, whole fish etc and are perfect for retailers looking to pack, ship, sell and cook the product in one package.
Siralon 21 offers a flow-wrap material/bags for whole joints of meat, poultry or whole fish. The easy-to-seal nylon material is strong, offers good clarity, offers a good barrier and can be vacuum packed. Siralon 21 is temperature resistant up to 210OC.
Nylon’s durability, suitability for elevated-temperature use, and cleanliness as a material, make it suitable for a number of other applications – particularly in food service/catering.
One property of nylon that can be particularly useful in food production is its hot-fill capabilities– and hot-fill liners can be made large enough for industrial use. Similarly, Hot-Shortening Bags allow cooking oil to be poured in while hot, for subsequent disposal.
Siralon is also suitable for catering liners – keeping trays clean and reducing wear and tear as well as being non-stick, so reducing the amount of food wasted. Liners are available in all the standard Gastronorm sizes and can even be frozen with the food in them.
And nylon can be used in a number of other food-service applications, including industrial roasting bags for bread crumbs and spices, bread bags for par-baked bread and more.
Sirane is a highly innovative product development-to-manufacture company based in Telford, Shropshire. It has four divisions: food packaging; medical and healthcare; industrial and horticultural. The company specialises in absorbent solutions.
For more information on Siralon packaging solutions, or anything else in Sirane’s food packaging range, email email@example.com or contact +44 1952 230055.