Absorbent pad works in packaging and during cooking as well
Dri-Fresh Supreme pads are really double-function — they offer effective absorbency in the pre-packed state, then they come into their own during the cooking process. This is when they will absorb fat and juices released which result in cleaner, crispier, healthier food and safer easier handling.
The pads are even suitable for use in high-temperature packaging operations — skin packaging/MAP and thermoformed packaging — as they combine the necessary temperature resistance for the process with the absorbency required for the product. The pads can be used in ovens at up to 200°C.
“From the moment they are packed the pads will absorb any excess liquid — and then during cooking these absorbent pads will absorb fat and juices released during cooking, resulting in cleaner, crispier and healthier food,” claimed Jeremy Haydn-Davies, sales director, Sirane.
Available in a range of colours including black, white and silver, the ovenable pads can be made in custom sizes to suit the different trays used by manufacturers.
A range of absorbency levels is offered and odour absorbency can be integrated into the pads as well.
For even more versatility, the pads can also be combined with products such as the Sira-Cook Supreme oven/BBQ cooking bag for an all-in-one retail cooking bag with integrated absorbency.
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