The food industry is by far the biggest user of blister packaging. There is a good reason for this. Blisters are a very convenient way for retailers to package a large variety of fresh food, such as fruit, meat, bakery products, sweets, ice cream, etc. Blisters not only show the product well but they also protect the food against damage during transport and handling. On top of that, blisters are lighter than for example, glass or metal, and have good product protection properties. Blisters are relatively cheap and make it easy to adhere to strict hygiene demands, even for packing relatively inexpensive products. For packing chocolates, blisters are often used as interiors for luxury boxes. Sometimes it may be necessary to show your food product in a more distinctive way on the shop shelves.