Cold seal packaging is an ideal solution for products that require high speed production and wish to avoid a heat seal. It is used extensively in the production of confectionery, granola, cereal and protein bars, where volumes are high and the heat produced from a heat seal could potentially react with the product. Cold seal packaging can be supplied as a mono film or as a laminate.

When the product is packed the cold seal coating enables the packaging to be sealed by using pressure alone without the need for heat. As the dwell-time has been removed, cold seal packaging can run at high speeds on your packing lines, which can offer numerous commercial benefits.

Constantia FFP’s state-of-the-art facility based in Northamptonshire can produce high volumes of cold seal packaging to meet your specifications. We are leaders in flexographic print technology and can either surface or reverse print your material. Our outstanding print and lamination capabilities allow us to offer many decorative and eye-catching solutions such as tactile coatings, paper strip lamination and our own Platinum Print for packaging that really makes an impression and adds another dimension on shelf.

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Sustainable options

Barrier version available

High Speed applications

High volume applications

HD Printing available

Tactile coatings


Our paper based packaging can be recycled at kerbside and utilised for cold seal applications.

With a natural look and its tactile feel, it is appealing to consumers and brands who are seeking a sustainable solution that looks great and can be widely recycled. Barrier options are also available to meet your products requirements.

As cold-seal packaging runs at high speed and doesn’t require the application of heat, it also presents energy saving opportunities.

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Cereal bars

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