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Pomegranate Seeds Cup Filling Sealing Packaging Machine

Pomegranate Seeds Cup Filling Sealing Packaging Machine

Fresh pomegranates may be incredibly heart healthy, but could nature have invented a more annoyingly inaccessible fruit? Find out how to get the goods—without the hassle.

Our S-30 Pomegranate Seeds cup filling sealing machine is a perfect solution for the new hot item on the shelves (pomegranate Seeds) in a cup.
watch how this machine package Pomegranate seeds in a clean and outstanding way.
One of the oldest known fruits, found in writings and artifacts of many cultures and religions, the pomegranate is an original native of Persia. This nutrient dense, antioxidant rich fruit has been revered as a symbol of health, fertility and eternal life. As with many fruits, pomegranate seeds are low in calories and rich in fiber, providing only 83 calories and 4 g of dietary fiber per 100 g serving. A 100-g serving is equivalent to about 3/4 cup. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Dietary Guidelines for Americans, for optimal health with a 2000-calorie diet, you should consume 2 cups of fruit and 2½ cups of vegetables per day. Pomegranate seeds and other fiber-rich foods, such as whole grains, may reduce your risk of developing chronic disease and aid in weight management.

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Cheese Packaging Machine

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ORICS Cheese Packaging Machine.

There is an ORICS packaging solution to match every way people like to enjoy cheese, yogurt, and other dairy products.

From easy-peel yogurt lids to deep-drawn cheese packaging, ORICS Machines help keep dairy products fresh, flavorful and extend shelf life, by preventing mold and dehydration.

Shelf Life  Water vapor, light, and oxygen all affect the quality of cheese. Light and residual oxygen lead to the oxidation of fats, which contributes to bad flavors in the cheese.                      Reducing head-space volume and minimizing residual oxygen are both important to increasing the shelf life of cheese.

Our Machines portfolio and proven technical expertise help dairy brand manufacturers create innovative dairy and cheese packaging solutions that:

  • Deliver high hot tack strength
  • Provide leak-free durability to reduce Damages in-store and at home.
  • Control gas exchanges to promote specific barrier properties needed to keep cheese and yogurt fresh.
  • Prevent mold, dehydration, and off-odor absorption.
  • It might at first seem a little strange that cheese needs protecting from microbes – after all, microorganisms have a crucial role to play in cheese making. Nevertheless, while some microbes are ‘good’ and useful in cheese making, others are not and can cause cheese to become spoiled. In general, hard cheeses that do not have a high water content are susceptible to attack by moulds, while moister cheeses can be affected by bacteria. Also the fats of some cheeses are prone to oxidation by oxygen in the air, which can make the cheese become rancid.The main gas that is used in modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) to prolong the freshness of hard cheese is carbon dioxide. Hard cheese can be packaged in an atmosphere of total carbon dioxide, while for soft cheeses the proportion is typically between 20 and 40 per cent, with the remainder being usually nitrogen. The main reason for this approach with softer cheeses is that over time the carbon dioxide can dissolve in the water that is within the cheese, and this reduces the volume of gas in the package, eventually causing the packaging to collapse. The presence of the nitrogen prevents the packaging from collapsing.

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Fruit Cup Tray sealing

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The average consumer rarely thinks about how their strawberries, asparagus or yogurt got to the supermarket aisle. They simply peruse the items and select the ones they want. But those strawberries have been on a journey of many steps, considerations and challenges to arrive fresh and ripe on that supermarket shelf.

Because of the many variables involved in packaging and shipping, getting perishables from point A to point B is one of the most challenging aspects of food manufacturing. Buyers – whether it’s a grocery store or the end-consumer – expect a safe, attractive, fresh product.

There are hundreds of ways to package perishables – but there are a few guiding factors to packaging perishables successfully. In this post, we will outline some of the challenges associated with packaging perishable foods and how to overcome each.

When it comes to a product line at any food manufacturer or distributor, efficiency, flexibility and speed are the hallmarks of a well-run warehouse. With perishable foods, efficiency becomes even more important as the safety and freshness of the product is at stake. If production warrants, elements of automation, including automatic (or semi-automatic) packaging machines and conveyors,would be worthwhile investments.


whether you decide to Package your fruit in cup or in tray, you need first to make sure that you have the right filler and sealer for that product. it could be a Rotary machine or linear one, here at Orics, our  equipment and video page will surely give you the right solution for your Fruit Cup Tray sealing and filling machines.





Lassi Filling Machine

Production of lassi has been confined, to a large extent, to the households and local stores, mainly because of non-availability of a standardized technique for the manufacture of uniform quality lassi and its limited shelf life. In 1972 the technology was standardized and regular production of lassi started. but still not until 1991 that shelf life was able to be extended enough to market world wide.
In 1991, Ori Cohen C.E.O and president of Orics Industries came up with the technology that was able to extend shelf life in most packaged food.
Like Yogurt or salads like salsa or Hummus, lassi is usually packed in cups or tubs with film or foil seal and over cap or not.
Orics offers wide range of machines that can fill and seal cups and tubs, from table top manual machines that can fill and seal 3-8 cups per minutes, like the M-10 and the VGF-100.
a rotary automatic filling sealing machine that can fill and seal from 30 cups per minute on a one up machine {MR-35) or 70 cups per minute on the R-50 two up machine.
linear machines like the S-30 or S-50 or the PB-1000 can handle any where from 30 cups per minute to 1000 CPM.
to learn more about Orics fillers and sealers food packaging equipment please visit our equipment page or the video page.
lassi filling machine is one of our specialties.

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How to Buy a Filling Machine

If you are looking to move forward with your food packaging machines
Before you make a purchase, let ORICS do the hard part. Submit a free request for quotes using this site, and we’ll Get you the layout plan and the machine you need.
1. What are you filling?
While some fillers are suited to fill containers with dry goods (pills, powders, coffee),. It’s a far different task to ask a machine to pump out units of water (low viscosity) than it is to fill jars of molasses (high viscosity). And while some machines can handle them all, you want to make sure the machine you buy can handle the product you’re filling and sealing.

2. What type of container are you filling?
There are many types of containers that fillers can fill. For purposes of this page we will often refer to them as bottles, but you can fill cans, jars, jugs, cups, tubs or Trays etc. Some machines work well with certain containers, while other machines will destroy your chosen container. For instance, some automated machines will grab a bottle from the top, others from the side. If your bottle has a unique top, it might not work with a top-grabber, same if your bottle is too wide, it might not work with a side-grabber. So, it’s important for us to know the size of the container you’re using (ounces, liters, gallons) as well as its height, diameter or shape if you can tell us. Also, what type of opening does the container have (large lid, small cap, peel back)? For instance, if you are filling aluminum cans, that top requires a special machine.
3. How many are you going to fill and how fast do you need them? CPM or containers per minute.
There are many different speeds to fillers, and the speeds differ for many reasons. Often smaller machines are measured by the amount of containers they produce per hour (CPH), while larger, faster machines are measured by cups or containers per minute (CPM). For purposes of this site, we will use CPM.
4. How automated do you want your machine?
A manual machine may be a great investment for a small company or brewing enthusiast, but it might not meet the demands of a large or growing company. A semi-automatic machine is going to take a little more manpower to feed bottles into it, but a little less money to purchase and it’s not as big. Automatic machines take up more space, but require less hands as they pull bottles from bulk with a conveyor system. Use this chart to help determine your desired speed and automation:
Speed Automation Target Buyer
1 – 6 CPM Manual Small Business
6 – 20 CPM Manual or Semi-Automatic Small or Medium Business
20 – 50 CPM Semi-Automatic or Automatic Medium or Large Business
50 CPM or Higher Automatic Large Business
5. Do you want a Liquid Level or Volumetric filling machine?
Liquid Level machines fill bottles so they appear to be filled to the same line on every bottle. Many companies, including cleaning products, soft drinks, beverage companies, breweries, wineries and distilleries prefer their customers see a uniform product and chose Liquid Level fillers. Liquid Level fillers also help achieve higher speeds of production and, in most cases, a lower cost per machine, which is sometimes a difference in the tens of thousands of dollars.
Volumetric Filling machines fill each bottle with exactly the same amount every time, sometimes resulting in bottles not looking as full as others. They require special instruments for balance, calibration, timing, etc., so they tend to cost more. But if every drop of your product comes at a high cost, (like gold or oil) the extra money for the machine will be necessary to save money in the long run. Machines cannot be converted from Liquid Level to Volumetric or visa versa.
6. Do you want an overflow pressure, piston, pump, or gravity machine?
Overflow Pressure Fillers are the most popular machines with beverage makers (beer, wine, juice, etc.). Although they are limited to low viscosities, they are a great value to any business owner attempting to produce a lot of bottles quickly. The liquid enters the bottle fast under pressure, while the machine catches spillage overflow or over-bubbling and sends it back to the bulk source. These machines are built for speed, and the one pictured below has 12 heads. Heads, or spouts, are the nozzles that deliver the product directly into the bottle. The more heads a machine has, the more bottles it can fill at one time.

Piston filling machines use pistons to pump from one source to another with accuracy and some speed. Piston fillers are basically divided into two methods: Check Valve Pistons and Rotary Valve Pistons. Check Valve Piston fillers work well with low viscosity and are great for drawing your product from a large container, then transferring it to the container easily and accurately. Rotary Valve Pistons are better for transferring thicker and chunky material, as the valve allows for chucks to pass through undamaged. Rotary Piston Filling machines are most notably recognized by the existence of a large funnel, or Hopper, used to pour the material into from a large container. Both Rotary and Check Valve Piston bottle fillers are available as manual, semi-automatic and automatic machines.
Pump filling machines are great for a wide variety of applications with different viscosities, but not so great with chunks. Pump filling machines can pump liquids, pastes, creams, Hummus, Yogurt (wine, syrup, toothpaste, ketchup, moisturizers) from your bulk container then deliver the product into the bottles. Pump fillers are popular, common and made many different ways including with volumetric filling instruments and multiple heads. we at ORICS make small tabletop size pump fillers with a single head and we make them large with 10-foot, inline conveyor systems and 12 or more heads.
Gravity filling machines can be a cost effective way to achieve volumetric filling. They can be built and modified for a wide variety of products including pharmaceutical, beverage, chemical, flammable and hazardous materials. When the product needs to be dispensed more precisely, gravity fillers can be the way to go, especially if the product has a low viscosity. They make them simple, like this small siphon filler:
And they make large, automatic gravity fillers like the one below, which is a Timed Fill Gravity Machine. This machine places the product bulk above the bottles and times its release through the heads, achieving equal and accurate outputs each time. Be mindful when switching from filling one product to the next with these machines because the system will need to be rebalanced and/or recalibrated with each product change.
7. Do you want an inline or rotary filling machine?
Inline filling machines fill containers just as they suggest, in a line. Inline machines are popular, cost effective and easy to adjust with your needs. Small to medium-sized companies often use inline-filling machines because if a problem occurs during production, the machine can be stopped, fixed and put back into production faster than you can a rotary machine. This also results in fewer bottles wasted.
Rotary filling machines are usually much smaller, specialized machines. Rotary machines are fast and will help your company produce CPM in a much smaller facility than your average inline machine. whereas inline machines tend to allow easier access to fix problems on the fly.

You can find piston, pump, and gravity or overflow pressure machines made as inline or rotary fillers.
8. Are there any other special features or requirements you think we should know about the bottle filler you need?
Do you need additional machinery such as capper, or labeler?. When you make your request, please let us know what else you need.

Always A Place For Innovation In Yogurt packaging.

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Yogurt is a food celebrity. Not only has the cultured dairy delicacy conquered increasing real estate at retail, in refrigerators and lunch bags, it’s now a double-digit growth category for many food service operations, according to The NPD Group, Port Washington, N.Y.

Now is the time to join this booming category. Consumption of yogurt is up an astounding 400% and there’s still a lot of room for manufacturer’s to profit here with the right innovation. Let us give you some ideas in yogurt packaging.

In the wake of the Greek yogurt craze, yogurt remains a superfood with significant upside, according to a recently released report from Packaged Facts, The Yogurt Market and Yogurt Innovation: Greek Yogurt and Beyond. Packaged Facts forecasts that U.S. retail sales of yogurt will approach $9.3 billion by 2017, up from $7.3 billion in 2012. Even with its recent market growth, yogurt continues to be consumed at a much lower per capita rate in the U.S. than in other countries where yogurt is a staple. Moreover, yogurt is spreading beyond the breakfast daypart, reflecting the “breakfast-all-day” culinary and menu trend.

In the U.S. market, retail dollar sales of Greek yogurt increased more than 50% in 2012 to reach $1.6 billion, with significant gains in the mass-market as well as natural and specialty retail channels. At the same time, non-Greek yogurt saw its sales decrease. According to David Sprinkle, publisher of Packaged Facts, “Greek yogurt has raised its share of the refrigerated yogurt market to 35%, up from only 1% in 2007.” Even though it is unlikely that Greek yogurt can keep up its growth marathon, Greek yogurt has continued to increase market sales and share through first quarter 2013.

Private label controls a large share of the market in refrigerated yogurt, in aggregate ranking as the number two brand overall, with growth outpacing the market. In frozen yogurt, private label ranks as the number one brand, although it is a far less important player in yogurt drinks. The restaurant and foodservice industry also is getting in on the action, with Chobani and Dannon opening up their own yogurt shops, and yogurt appearing on more restaurant menus.

The Packaged Facts report also shows how innovative marketers are driving the yogurt and especially Greek yogurt bandwagon into other food categories. Yogurt’s popularity and “healthy halo” have propelled a spill-over over into product categories such as smoothies, frozen yogurt and novelties, cream cheese and butter, salad dressings, dips and spreads, and granola bars, among others.

At Orics we will engineer and fabricate your packaging fill and seal machine for any of your dairy or non dairy applications.

we will built the machine to suit your plant needs as far as speed filling sealing per minute and as far as space and machine size.

we will accommodate you with your every need in packaging filling and sealing machines for cream cheese, smoothie, butter, yogurt, greek yogurt, or salads and fruits fresh from the farm.

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Featured in Packaging World, June 30, 2014

ORICS MAP comes to dairy Packaging machines

Described as “the first application of modified atmosphere packaging technology in a dairy product,” a 6.5-oz whipped cheese product from New Holland, PA-based BC-USA was the subject of a feature story in our February issue of 1995, year two of Packaging World’s existence.

Peter Ouwerkerk, Engineering and Development Manager at the subsidiary of France’s Bongrain Soparind Groupe said this at the time: “Some dairy packagers minimize residual oxygen by blowing nitrogen into or across the container to displace oxygen, but they don’t remove it first and then back flush as we do. Now MAP comes to dairy ” A six-up system from [ORICS] was the machine used to fill the package.

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Original Article:  Packaging World, June 30, 2014


ORICS Introduces U.S. Made Form-Fill-Seal

US-made form-fill-seal  by ORICS

ORICS Introduces U.S. Made Form-Fill-Seal

The Orics FFS-30 form-fill-seal system is an intermittent-motion, variable-speed sealing system that forms a maximum tray size of 16″ x 12″ and a maximum tray depth of 4″. The system can be combined with modified atmosphere options or can be purchased with full aseptic construction for certain dairy or medical device applications.

The Orics Form-Fill-Seal Machine is consider by Many to be future of all Sealing Technology and the best way to illuminate inventory of cups and tray in your facility.

Original Interview: Packaging World, September 29, 2013




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