Experience & Expertise in Aseptic Packaging
Aseptic packing results in a shelf stable product, enabling companies to maintain a high level of product quality – without refrigeration or preservatives – and dramatically reduce shipping and distribution costs.
At Greenwood Aseptics, we process juices, purees, custom blends and other ingredients using our state-of-the-art aseptic filling system. Packaging options include a wide range of Stand-Up Pouches and Bag-in-Box (BIB) systems, which have a proven track record in the industry. These more environmentally friendly packaging solutions help to reduce our carbon footprint and promote sustainability.
Greenwood Aseptics is a sister company of Greenwood Associates. Combining professional service, operational efficiency, and industry knowledge with our unique “family style” philosophy provides our clients with an advantage in the marketplace. Our manufacturing flexibility and attention to detail make us a sought-after partner in the aseptic food and beverage arena.
What is Aseptic Food Processing?
Discover how aseptic packing, packaging and filling make a difference in food quality and safety.
Aseptic packing is the process of filling specialized packaging within a contained environment. Filling packaging aseptically reduces the total acceptable microrganism load to almost nothing making it an attractive option for a range of applications.
The benefits of aseptic packing are many. Products that are filled aseptically, for example, do not need to be frozen and can be shipped dry (at ambient temperatures and without refrigeration or freezing). While many aseptic products should be refrigerated in order to maintain product color and flavor, juice concentrates and vegetable purees in aseptic packing can be stored without concern for microrganism growth. As a result, aseptically packed goods offer a significant financial savings opportunity thanks to the reduced freight and energy costs that result.
Greenwood Aseptics carries aseptic products in drums and in a 5-gallon bag-in-box (this, as the name suggests, is an aseptically filled bag, that is then placed in a cardboard box). Get in touch with Greenwood Aseptics and learn more about our process and the products we provide.