Byvac and commitment to finding sustainable solutions
The circular economy is an economic model that aims to reduce waste and maximize the use of resources, through the redesign of production processes. This extends the life cycle of the products, helping to reduce waste to a minimum.
In this context, vacuum bags can be an example of a circular economy if used correctly.
ByVac is committed to respecting all quality standards so that sustainability becomes an integral part of its business and to constantly seek new solutions to improve the environmental impact of its activities.
Byvac against food waste
Our vacuum bags are used to preserve and extend the shelf life of food and other products, reducing food waste and decreasing the amount of packaging needed, thus helping to reduce the environmental impact of the food industry. In addition, vacuum bags can extend the shelf life of food, helping to reduce food waste.
When food is vacuumed, air is sucked out of the bag, preventing the growth of bacteria and mold that cause decay.
In this way, you can keep food fresh longer and prevent waste due to early spoilage.
Storing vacuum means removing from the container where we have stored food, both raw and cooked, the air and oxygen elements main cause of oxidation and the consequent development of microbial agents that alter the nature of food.