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Vacuum Seal Collections

Patek Packaging offers the best solution for food businesses and households looking for a reliable and cost-effective way to maximize your food's shelf life. We’re your one-stop shop for premium vacuum seal bags. Our vacuum seal collection provides exceptional solutions for food storage and preservation needs.

About Vacuum Sealing 

Vacuum sealing is a handy way to keep food fresh longer. Using a good quality vacuum seal bag, you can create a tight seal that preserves freshness and prevents freezer burn. For extended shelf life, you can store sealed items in the freezer, fridge, or pantry. 

Vacuum sealing is one of the important aspects of food packaging and storing, which is beneficial in the following: 

  • Guaranteeing Nutritional Value: Proper preservation processes ensure consumers maximize the nutritional value of food.
  • Reducing Food Waste: Preserving fresh produce helps reduce food waste, almost one-third of the world's food supply annually.
  • Impact on the Environment: Efficient preservation methods decrease food waste, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, water use, and land degradation associated with food production, transportation, and disposal.
  • Enhancing Food Security: Preserving fresh food enables people and communities to stockpile food for longer durations, especially in areas where fresh food is limited or seasonal.
  • Maintaining Flavour & Quality: Proper preservation maintains fresh produce's texture, flavour, and quality for the ultimate enjoyment.

Product Selection Guide 

Patek Packaging offers two types of vacuum sealing items, ideal for business and home use. 


Pre-Cut Vacuum Seal Bags

Vacuum Seal Rolls


  • 6x10”
  • 8x12”
  • 11x16”
  • 8x50”
  • 11x50”
  • 15x50”


Available per carton or 100 pcs

Available per carton or roll


Starts from $19 to $375

Starts from $19.95 to $360


Vacuum Seal Bags - Usage 

Our vacuum seal bags are perfect for a variety of uses. You can vacuum seal many food items to prolong their shelf life, such as:

Food Item


Shelf Life


Prevents freezer burn, keeping it tender and juicy. Buying meat in bulk when on sale saves money, and pre-packaged portions make meal prep easy

2-3 years


Fish maintains its freshness and flavour. You can also use it to marinate fish before cooking, infusing delicious flavours.

2 years


Veggies preserve their colour, flavour, and nutrients, especially for seasonal produce. Perfect for quick meals like soups, stews, and stir-fries.

2-3 years

Soups & Stews

Storing leftovers and portioning out single servings for easy fresh, and flavourful meals.

1-2 years

Grains &Legumes

Vacuum sealing prevents staleness and pests. Ideal for bulk purchases and saving time on restocking

1-2 years

Bagels & Breads

Vacuum-sealing bread maintains freshness, especially for homemade loaves that dry out quickly.

1-3 years


Preserve flavour and texture with vacuum sealing, perfect for seasonal fruits and convenient snacks.

1-3 years

Herbs & Spices

Preserve flavour and aroma longer with vacuum sealing, perfect for less frequently used spices and saving money on restocking.

6 months

Coffee & Tea

Keep flavour and aroma intact by vacuum sealing, ideal for bulk purchases to enjoy favourite brews longer

12 months

Hard Cheeses

Prevents drying and mould growth, keeping hard cheeses like Parmesan and cheddar fresh for long periods.

4-8 months

Aside from sealing food items, you can use vacuum seal bags for the following: 

  • Portion control and pre-prepared meals: Pre-portion ingredients and pre-marinate meats for efficient meal preparation and service.
  • “Under vacuum” cooking: Achieve restaurant-quality results with perfectly cooked sous vide meals that retain their original flavour and texture.
  • Inventory management: Store bulk ingredients and pre-portioned items for organized and efficient inventory control.

Choosing the Right Vacuum Seal Bag

  • Material: Choose bags made from food-grade materials that are safe for vacuum sealing and can withstand various temperatures.
  • Size: Select bags that perfectly fit the food you intend to store, avoiding air pockets that can compromise freshness. You can choose from our pre-cut and vacuum seal rolls. 
  • Thickness: Opt for vacuum seal bags with sufficient thickness to handle heavier items or sharp-edged foods like bones.

Seal Your Food Tight With Patek Packaging  

Ready to experience the freshness and convenience of vacuum sealing? Explore our Vacuum Seal Collection today and elevate your food preservation and packing routine. Shop now and enjoy the benefits of extended freshness and reduced food waste.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best practices for vacuum sealing fresh fruits and vegetables?

To vacuum seal fresh fruits and veggies effectively, consider the following:

  • Wash and dry all fruits and veggies before vacuum sealing; use a salad spinner for leafy greens.
  • Certain vegetables, like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cabbage, etc., must be blanched and frozen before vacuum sealing.
  • To avoid crushing berries when vacuum sealing, freeze them first; wash, dry, and freeze them on cookie sheets before bagging and sealing.

What are things to consider when vacuum sealing? 

When vacuum sealing, you need to consider the following: 

  • Food preservation: Vacuum sealing doesn't replace refrigeration or freezing for perishable items.
  • Harmful bacteria: Some bacteria, like Clostridium botulinum, can thrive without oxygen, so maintain a clean environment to prevent contamination.
  • Spoilage prevention: Vacuum sealing doesn't stop food from spoiling; proper storage and handling are still essential.
  • ROP fish: Remove fish from vacuum-sealed packaging before thawing to prevent food safety risks.

What food items should not be vacuum-sealed? 

Some food items should not be vacuum-sealed due to safety or quality concerns. These include:

  • Soft cheeses
  • Raw mushrooms
  • Garlic & Onions
  • Cruciferous vegetables
  • Freshly cooked or steamed vegetables
  • Carbonated beverages
  • Whole apples and banana