Cosmo Films launches transparent antifog film for F&V

BOPP film for fresh food packaging

Cosmo Films launches Transparent Antifog Film for large packs for fresh fruits & vegetables. Photo - Cosmo Films (for representation purpose only)

Delhi-based Cosmo Films, a global leader in specialty films for flexible packaging, lamination, and labeling applications and synthetic paper, has recently introduced a bi-axially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) based transparent film aptly suited for large packs and pouches used in the fresh food packaging Industry.

Transparent antifog film

The newly launched transparent antifog film claims to have an exceptional cold and hot antifogging properties, better fusion sealing strength of 1226-3498 g/inch, good hot tack ranging from 280 to 530 g/inch for a temperature range of 130 to 140 degree C. The film with a wide thickness range of 25, 30 and 35µ. According to the company, this new film is designed for varied applications like food packaging, fresh vegetables, fruits and salad, meat products, and dairy products.

Commenting on Cosmo Film’s commitment to consistently deliver products to meet industry expectations, Pankaj Poddar, chief executive officer, Cosmo Films, said, “Across our entire product portfolio, we intend to create thoughtfully designed products to meet the needs of the industries around the world. This film is designed to fit the growing fresh food packaging market with its antifog properties and exceptional seal strength.”

Cosmo Film’s offerings include BOPP, CPP, and BOPET (launching soon) films. At present, the company claims to be one of the largest exporters of BOPP films from India and one of the largest producers of thermal lamination films.

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