Packaging company KM Packaging Services has launched a range of lidding films for aluminium foil trays which stop fog from forming.

Building on the company’s original range of Klarity films, the 'Klarity+' brand offers anti-fog performance on peelable lidding films for foil trays without affecting sealing performance and integrity.

The new Klarity+ film is more resistant to changes in tray temperature during storage, distribution and retail, and is available in both 42 and 62 microns, with standard or high barrier for extended shelf life.

Printed and laser perforation options can also be specified.

The company says the upgrade offers the food industry optics and clarity, enabling the consumer to identify and select prepared food quickly and easily without condensation obscuring the product.

KM also has a range of barrier shrink films and ovenable and re-sealable film lidding.

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