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Off The Shelf: Clear canister promotes peanut butter portion packs
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Off The Shelf: Clear canister promotes peanut butter portion packs

Hormel Foods’ Skippy brand launches colorful multipack containers with clear cutouts that display five single-serve snack-pack cups of peanut butter inside. Marketed as an “Easy-To-Store Stack Pak,” the packaging is perfect for the on-the-go snack market.
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LINPAC: Expanded bakery packaging line

LINPAC Packaging is set to expand its LeanBake bakery packaging range later this year with new portion packs for the sweet confectionery food to go market such as individual cake slices and muffins.
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RPC Superfos: Pet food pack

A new square plastic pet food pack from RPC Superfos is providing an excellent alternative to the traditional aluminum tray.
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Placon: Eco-friendly PET thermoformed food container

Featuring an eco-friendly recycled material and tamper-evident design, Placon’s Crystal Seal reFresh packaging line eliminates unnecessary sidewall ribbing for strong visual appeal with excellent versatility in fresh, cold and dry food merchandising including fresh cut fruit and vegetables, sandwiches, cookies, and single slices of pie.
How Sabert’s new Surestrip™ clear fresh food retail tubs display quality and ensure safety above the competition
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How Sabert’s new Surestrip™ clear fresh food retail tubs display quality and ensure safety above the competition

Watch this two-minute video to see how Sabert’s SureStrip™ Tamper-Resistant Rectangles offer clear and secure advantages—for both suppliers and consumers—over similar packaging formats. Discover how SureStrip’s™ functional aesthetics up the ante on performance during closing and opening demos, product visibility comparisons, a stacked “tip over” test, and a time-lapse leak test.
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Injection-molded PP jar replaces tin.
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Plastic jar holds woodwork treatment

Alfred Clouth Lackfabrik in Germany has switched one of its leading brands from tin to rigid plastics with the introduction of a new plastic jar for a specialized woodwork treatment product.
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RPC Emballages Moirans: 20 litre container

RPC Emballages Moirans launches the first UN certified 20 litre container to weigh just 700g.
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Barrier packaging plus "patented sterilization process" brings 12-month unrefrigerated shelf life to this new line of tapas from Spain.
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It's tapas time

Grupo Alimentario IAN, based in Navarra, Spain, has launched a new range of Carretilla brand tapas in a new barrier package.
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Petainer: PET jar

Offering significant cost and sustainability benefits, Petainer’s fully recyclable petainerJar PET jar can be supplied with short lead times either as a fully blown jar or as a PET wide mouth preform, ready to be blown by food manufacturers on their own premises.
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Ecopax: Take-out paper containers

Designed for the take-out food container market, the Athena paper container product line from Exopax Inc. is a round paper container that uses a lower-wall design – rather than high, bucket-shaped walls – resulting in consumers enjoying eating out of a bowl rather than trying to eat out of a bucket.

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