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  1. Why PET Plastics Are Right for You

    Why Should You Choose to Use PET Plastics?  As environmental health has become a large factor in the packaging choices manufacturers and buyers make, we at Sailor Plastics find it pertinent to address the sustainability of our plastic bottles. Despite what is popularly known about most plastics, the material can be used sustainably when fully understood and correctly used.  PET...
  2. Induction Sealing at Home

     Induction Sealing at Home  In our previous posts, we discussed the basics of induction sealing, and the products you can use it with. Today, we dive into induction sealing at home! That’s right, this method for tamper-evident seals is home friendly. Without further ado, let’s discover the wonders of at-home induction sealing!   What You Need Induction Sealer: This might...
  3. Induction Sealing: What can I Use it With?

    Products Compatible with Induction Sealing In our previous post, we discussed the basics of Induction sealing. This post-fill, post-cap sealing procedure can help seal in the freshness of your product and provide a tamper evident seal as well. Now, let’s explore what types of products can be used with induction sealing.  A Wide Variety Surprisingly enough, induction sealing can be...
  4. Induction Sealing: The Basics

    What is Induction Sealing?  Induction sealing is used widely in  manufacturing for forming packages from flexible materials and attaching closures to plastic packaging. However, probably the most popular use for induction sealing is cap sealing. This is a non-contact form of binding an inner seal to plastic or glass bottles with heat created by electro-magnetic fields. This results in an...
  5. The Future of Darden Curbside

    Darden CEO Discusses the Future of Curbside Pick-up at Darden Brand Restaurants.  Since the beginning of the Coronavirus Pandemic, the future of the restaurant business has been a topic of great debate. Whether most companies would be able to meet demands of curbside patrons and if that service could be maintained after the return of normalcy has been at the...
  6. Wildflower Honey vs. Clover Honey Taste Test

    Wildflower Honey vs. Clover Honey Taste Test
    Sometimes, looking along the packed shelves of honey at the supermarket can be a bit overwhelming. The honey all looks kind of the same, some darker, some lighter, some in bear bottles, others in oval containers. How are you supposed to know which honey is the best for you? Today, we are going to be going over the differences between...
  7. Local Stories: PUB 500

     Local Stories: PUB 500 Since the COVID-19 outbreak, and the implementation of quarantine and stay-at-home orders, many restaurants have had to find new ways to adapt to the new restrictions placed on the food service industry. While many chain and local restaurants began offering curbside-to-go options, others took steps to further adapt as well. One such local restaurant, located in...
  8. Bees4Beginners 2: Types of Bees & Their Traits

    Bees4Beginners 2: Types of Bees & Their Traits
    Just like any other species, honey bees vary in their specific traits. Whether the variants are based in region, breeding, population, or race the traits of honey bees are both very specific and subtle. However, it is important to note that stock traits are usually very generalized, and there are always exceptions to the rule. While no specific traits make...
  9. BPA: What It Is and Where to Find It

    BPA: What It Is and Where to Find It
    What is BPA? BPA (Bisphenol A) is a synthetic compound most often found in the manufacturing of plastic food containers. It is also used as a coating in metal containers such as cans and water pipes. It is believed that through content exposure, BPA can leak into the beverages and food products. This can possibly cause adverse health effects on...
  10. How to Choose a Great Location for Your Juice Bar

    How to Choose a Great Location for Your Juice Bar
    Location, location, location… It may be a cliché, but the saying is true and couldn’t be more important for a juice bar. Opening any business is stressful. They’re so many things to consider and juggle – finding a catchy name, designing a logo, developing recipes, ordering equipment, sourcing produce, making sure your financial projections are realistic, etc. It’s enough to...

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