Baked Good and Cereal

A good baker requires good ingredients, good temperature for baked, while best coding uses a Videojet coding machine.

Videojet can provide many types of code for the baked goods industry. Finished product that you bake requires coding either in plastic packaging or on cardboard paper packaging. It will give you information that is useful for safety products. 

Videojet provides several types of machines that are environmentally friendly, efficient, and affordable.


Printing on bread bags

Getting a CIJ code on a bread bag can be difficult. Crinkling or too much air in the bag can ruin a code. Dark breads may also make a code on the bag difficult to read.

Simple solutions, such as adding a metal guide to flatten the bag, help deliver consistent and high quality coding while printing a code on a light colored pre-printed rectangle provides appropriate contrast with ink to avoid obscuring the code on a bag with dark bread as the background.

Printing on Flow Pack

Innovations in packaging equipment and industry trends are resulting in increasing flow wrapping speeds. You’ll want to take advantage of this growing capability for higher throughput and enjoy the effect it has on profitability. But cost-effective, high quality coding is still a necessity and not all printers are created equal. In fact, Videojet has matched these innovations in packaging speed with a range of coding options. Videojet can help you feel confident that your entire message will appear clearly and in the right space on the product, while still keeping your lines running.

Printing on Bag

Managing multiple pre-printed films for multiple products running on the same line can be cumbersome and costly. TTO gives you the capability to print product information during packaging and variabilize mark content to limit pre-printed film variations. TTO can print high resolution logos, bar codes and product information, giving you the ultimate in flexibility and efficiency.

Printing on Carton

Coders are integrated either directly with a cartoner or on the outfeed conveyor after the carton has been filled and sealed. Although integration directly with the cartoner can require more planning, it offers you considerable benefits. These include more consistent coding due to more precise material handling and the use of existing guards on the machine. These advantages are similar for other types of packaging machinery.