Gummy candy is a popular treat enjoyed by many people all over the world. It is soft, chewy, and comes in a variety of shapes and flavors. But how is gummy candy packaged? There are two commonly used packaging methods for gummy candy: bag packaging and bottle packaging.
1. Bag packaging
Bag packaging is the most common method used for packaging gummy candy. It involves packaging the candy in a plastic bag that is then sealed to keep the candy fresh. The bags can come in different sizes depending on the amount of candy being packaged.
The bagging is usually done by a weighing packaging machine to complete the packaging process. The multi-head weigher evenly distributes the fondant to the feed hopper through the vibration of the circular feed pan, and then sends the feed into the metering. Each weighing bucket is executed independently, and the CPU on the main board reads and records the weight of each weighing bucket, and then through calculation, analysis, and combination, the combination weighing closest to the target weight is selected, and finally the material is discharged and packaged.
2. Bottle packaging
Bottle packaging is another method used for packaging gummy candy. It involves packaging the candy in a bottle that is then sealed with a lid. Bottle packaging is best suited for larger quantities of candy. The bottles can come in different sizes and shapes depending on the manufacturer’s preference.
In addition to weighing, it also needs filling, capping, labeling and other supporting equipment to form a fully automated gummy filling line. Or select several of them as needed to form a semi-automatic packaging line.
Both methods are effective in keeping the gummy candy fresh and protected from external factors.