Packaging methods for extending shelf life?
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Also, if you know your goods will be frozen, thicker plastic/less air in the bag will be a preventative for freezer burn.
And lastly, make sure the plastic itself doesn't have a smell that will taint the food. Although I'm more sensitive than most people, I can detect the off flavor in zip lock bag stored food.
Panini, I am pretty anti-freezer for storage so I don't sell more than they can sell in a relatively short time. For example, I can't sell less than 20 brownies (one pan) of 1 flavor at a time, but for example, if she can sell 10 of each per week, I don't think freezing the rest for a week is bad. If someone wanted to buy 3 months' worth and freeze it, I would say no way. Shouldn't be a problem though b/c my minimum for free deliver is low enough so she won't have to stock up like that.
Also... I've been trying to figure out a fair price to tack on for shrink wrapping. Can't come up with a number. The suggestions I've got so far is between 10 - 20 cents per item. I think that barely covers the cost of the shrink wrap!
this may be not so great but at least it is fresh and no "cold storing"
but in the coffee shops in nyc i always see the muffins tightly wrapped in plastic and then held in a cake stand. maybe offer or suggest a cake stand so they are at room temp and aesthetically pleasing to eye. also, "easily accessible"