Polyester Lidding films from Film & Foil are high quality range of food-grade films ideal for protecting and sealing produce and readymeals while maintaining and displaying the aesthetic properties as well as improving productivity with excellent machine performance and bespoke sizing to suit your individual requirements.
Our range covers both permanent seal (also known as weld and lock seal) and peel seal polyester lidding films, with and without anti-fog treatments, giving you maximum versatility when it comes to packaging and displaying your produce and goods.
Our lidding films are suitable for packaging fresh fruit, vegetables, seafood, ready meals and a variety of other food products.
Some of our products:
Product KJ1P1: Firm (Weld) seal to Aluminium APET & CPET
Product KJRP1: Peelable seal to Polypropylene
Product KJYP2: Peelable seal to mono APET
Product KJYP1: Peelable seal to APET, RPET, 3-Ply APET/RPET/APET Structure
Product KJYR1: (50% PCR): Peelable seal to APET, RPET, 3-Ply APET/RPET/APET Structure
All our lidding films are suitable for perforation, and this can be done in house. We offer laser perforation as well as macro punching, to suit your requirement, if this is for extending shelf life or consumer convenience.
All of our films are single source and we rigorously test and trial all of films before accepting them into range, because we don’t buy from multiple suppliers, our customers can have confidence that their film will be of a consistent quality from one month to the next. Our factory in Haydock operates under strict controls that allow us to work in the food and medical industries.
The Film & Foil Promise exists to provide our customers confidence in the quality and service we provide. The Promise covers our stockholding, technical support, delivery, quality and conversion abilities. We can also provide printing services on our entire flexible packaging range at extremely competitive prices.
Why not ask our team about perforation options for your lidding film requirements, such as steam ventilation, eliminating the need for manual piercing of films.