Marketing research shows that when choosing a product in a store, the customer is guided, among other things, by the appearance of the packaging. The more visually appealing it is, the higher the probability of buying a given product. From the manufacturer’s point of view, this factor plays a very important role and is considered to be one of the key requirements for packaging – on a par with such requirements as handiness, fitting to the article, ensuring safety during transport, easy opening or maintaining freshness provided by foil perforation. These expectations are fostering the popularization of laser technology as an alternative to traditional packaging manufacturing methods. After all, thanks to the high precision and focus of the laser beam, local weakening of the material can be easily carried out, making it easier to open the package, while drilling micro-holes ensures that packaged food stays fresh longer.