Currently, food products are one type of package that is often sent by some people. This is supported by the increasing number of online businesses engaged in the culinary field and also the current pandemic situation which has changed many people's habits and lifestyles, including in food consumption.
In food delivery, it's important to understand the packaging process to the type of food you want to send. Perishable Food is one type of food that requires special attention when you want to make a delivery because of its perishable nature. Types of perishable foods include fruits, vegetables, cooked foods, and many others.
You can safely send Perishable Foods to your destination with proper packaging. The following are safe packing tips from Paxel for Perishable Food packages.
1. Prepare the Equipment Needed
Before starting to pack your Perishable Food, you can first prepare the equipment needed. You can prepare packing equipment for Perishable Food starting from cardboard that has strong material, bubble wrap, pieces of paper or cardboard, duct tape, to scissors.
After preparing the food you want to send, you can immediately wrap your food using bubble wrap to keep your food from shocks. Make sure you glue the duct tape firmly to make it more secure.
3. Fill in the Empty Space in the Package
Next, put your food into the cardboard box that you have provided. If there is free space in your cardboard box, you can add pieces of cardboard, patchwork, or crumpled paper to keep your perishable food packages from moving.
4. Report Your Package Type To Attach The Sticker
Done safely packed, time for delivery! When sending food packages via Paxel, you can notify Hero and report your package type in the Paxel app to attach Perishable Food Stickers.