Pac Food takes over Oceania distribution of PanSaver Ovenable Panliners. QSR chains like Subway and KFC are using the PanSaver liners as well as many other restaurants, hospitals, aged care centres etc. More and more kitchens experience the benefits of “no scrubbing”. In 2011 Pac Food will launch Scrubsaver, a line of (competitively priced) low temp liners, mainly for bain marie use making it even more attractive for kitchens to apply this principle.
For the first time, Pac Food ships cook chill bags to New Zealand to a NZ Mussels manufacturer. If you are in NZ and are interested in our cook chill bags or other products, please contact our NZ branch on 09 925 5502.
After the successfull launch of PanSaver Ovenable Panliner in Oceania in 2006, Pac Food Introduces ScrubSaver low temperature panliner. An economic low temp liner for bain marie use.
Domestic Vacuum Sealing is a well used concept in Oceania. Pac Food brings good quality and very competitvely priced channel bags that can be used for domestic vacuum sealing machines. Read more on our website.
After a succesfull introduction of vacuum sealer bags, Pac Food introduces 2 different vacuum sealer machines. A smaller domestic model and a semi commmercial model will be added to the assortment.
As the demand for channel rolls is increasing, 3 different width of rolls are added to Pac Food's assortment, 150mm, 220mm and 280mm wide.
Pac Food plans to introduce Australia's first biodegradable piping bags in April 2013. We have been watching this market for a long time and we are confident we will bring a unique bag for all piping purposes, from cream to chocolate.
Trade Show in 2013
|7th-10th May 2013||Auspack||261||Sydney Showgrounds, Sydney Olympic Park|
|2nd-4th June 2013||Foodservice Australia||J20||The Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne|
|20th-22nd August 2013||IHHC||
|9th-12th Sept 2013||Fine Food Australia||HG43||Sydney CEC|