Definition of pre-pack in English:

pre-pack

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Pronunciation: /ˈpriːpak
 
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(also pre-package)

verb

[with object] (usually as adjective pre-packed)
Pack or wrap (goods, especially food) on the site of production or before sale: pre-packed salmon steaks
More example sentences
  • The Awards aim to improve retail sales of fresh and pre-packed seafood, while maintaining a focus on motivating staff members.
  • Speaking in an interview, Mr Dodia said the private sector would also like a tariff adjustment on packaged goods so that bulk packed goods attract a much lower tax than pre-packed goods.
  • He explained that under the Food Labelling Regulations 1996, pre-packed food has to be marked with either a use-by or a best-before date.

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