New soft fruit punnet pad combines absorbency with cushioning

The  Dri-Fresh Resolve Soft-hold pad - image:Sirane
The Dri-Fresh Resolve Soft-hold pad - image:Sirane
Packaging manufacturer Sirane will be showing its new absorbent bubble pad, Dri-Fresh Resolve Soft-hold, at next week's Fruit Focus.

The pads combine the cushioning and protective properties of bubble films with effective absorbency, permeability and presentation. They are also fully compostable and available in various colours and sizes.

Sirane fresh produce sales manager Sandra Evans said: "Like all Dri-fresh Resolve pads, Safe-hold is available with integrated ethylene absorbing and anti-fungal properties for extending shelf-life in all applications."

She added that so far, the feedback from customers on the pads has been "incredibly positive". 

Sirane will be on stand 70 of the show, held next Wednesday, 24 July at East Malling Research, Kent.

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