Food Vacuum Sealers

Food Vacuum Sealers Australia

Brice Australia supplies high-quality commercial food vacuum sealers and packaging machines. We service Australia-wide, including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra & Perth.

Food Vacuum Sealers and Packaging Machines

The T60/T100 and E60/E100 vacuum packaging machines are the perfect solutions for vacuum packing. Our food vacuum sealers are ideal for packing fresh meat, poultry and vegetables, and suit butchers, greengrocers and supermarket delis.

Both vacuum food sealer models have the option of gas-flushing. This allows modified atmosphere packing of products to extend shelf life. To select the best quality food vacuum sealer for your needs, compare the models we stock.

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Food Vacuum Sealer - FAQs

  • What is the best vacuum sealer to buy in Australia?

    The La Minerva range of bench-top vacuum sealers are a great option as they are designed for efficient and economic packing.

  • Is vacuum sealing food safe?

    Vacuum packaging should be used for food that is stored frozen. When thawing frozen food, it’s recommended to do so in the refrigerator to prevent germ growth. Also, food preparation in a clean environment keeps your vacuum sealed food safe from contamination.

  • What should I look for when buying a vacuum sealer?

    Consider aspects including bag cost, how much sealing you expect to do, and how often you plan to package liquid-rich items when choosing a vacuum sealer.

  • Can you vacuum seal fruits and vegetables?

    Yes, fruits and vegetables can be vacuum-sealed, If you don’t have time to travel to the store, it’s a fantastic method to keep track of servings and ensuring you have nutritious items on hand.

  • Can you use any bags with vacuum sealers?

    Vacuum sealing will not work with any bag. Regular bags leak oxygen and are unable to maintain a vacuum. If you’re looking for a vacuum bag, be sure it says it’s a barrier bag. The level of barrier will be determined by the thickness of the materials and the substance used to construct/build the bag.

  • Are vacuum food sealers worth the money?

    For people who buy and cook goods in bulk, such as meats, vegetables, fruits, breads, and even cheese, a vacuum sealer is well worth the investment.

  • Does vacuum sealing kill bacteria?

    Vacuum sealing reduces food spoilage caused by chemical reactions by removing most of oxygen. This helps prevent growth of bacteria that might cause food to deteriorate.

  • How long does food last in a vacuum sealer?

    Always refer to a safe food storage site such as Health department for up to date information on acceptable food storage times and processes. Most vacuum-sealed items will remain 1-2 weeks in the refrigerator, far longer than the average of 1-3 days for food that are stored as is in a refrigerator.

  • Are vacuum sealers safe?

    Yes! The vacuum bag stops your food from coming into contact with air, preventing moisture from evaporating and providing an effective barrier against the weather. When you vacuum seal your food, it has a much longer shelf life.

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