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Spice and Powder Packaging: A Fresh Perspective
Spices form an important part of almost all recipes in all cultures. Changing eating habits and lifestyle of
consumers across the world have fueled the demand for healthy food products which has enhanced the need
for natural flavors, most of which come from spices.
India is the largest producer, consumer and exporter of spices, so the industry has immense growth potential.
Technology advancements, R&D and value-added, readymade spice mixes are propelling the spice industry
forward. The support provided by the Spice Board of India further contributes to the establishment and
conformance of quality standards which in turn, positively impact spice exports from India.
Led by creative marketing strategies to ensure high brand recall, spice majors are competing with their
domestic counterparts through continuous innovations in packaging, strength in quality and a strong
Several local companies have also made their presence felt in the international market, by following a dual
branding strategy to cater to the Indian diaspora in the global market.
In this scenario of growing domestic and international
demand, spice manufacturers trust Nichrome’s powder
packaging machines. Supplying hi-tech packaging solutions
to Indian food processors since 1977, Nichrome has a large
base of satisfied customers in India. With the pioneering
Vertical-Form-Fill-Seal machines for spice packaging,
Nichrome is the preferred packaging solution provider to
many top brands of spices in India.
Packaging plays a crucial role in preserving the quality of
spices. Nichrome’s Maxima 200 and Maxima 400 deliver
speed that translates into enhanced cost-efficiency, less
wastage and increased productivity – just what any retailer
of edible powders looks for. Ideal for pouch and sachet
packaging of non-free flow powders like spices, tea or coffee
premixes, milk powders, soup mixes, nutraceutical powders,
etc., the Maxima series deliver high productivity in a
The revolutionary Maxima 200 can produce 200 packs per minute on a single head alone! The output can be
doubled to 400 packs per minute by installing the double-head Maxima 400.
Besides being able to pack 2 different products in different pouch sizes, Maxima 400 also offers filler options
such as Auger, Twin Cup Filler, EWF, Twin Discharge MHW & Piston Filler. Single pouches or a perforated chain
of pouches can be produced on this machine. What’s more, Nichrome also provides integrated post-packaging
systems which can be customized according to the customer site and need!
Another machine designed to transform efficiencies in spice and powder packaging is Nichrome’s Sprint 250
Plus Servo Auger. It offers 2 pouch formats - CSPP and Gusset pouch, and packs up to 2 Kg units at a speed of
120 packs per minute. Spices, Atta (Flour Products), Milk Powder, Nutraceuticals, Coffee Powder, Premixes,
Instant Mixes – they are all packed with accuracy and speed. Sprint 250 Plus helps preserve the freshness and
flavor of the powder while delivering a smart package that is not only easy to store and transport but stands
out on the retail shelf.
More information visit:- http://www.nichrome.com/