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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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.
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.
Designed to replace the sugar bowl, Domino Foods’ shapely new sugar bottle for two varieties of its Domino and C&H brand sugars offers an easy-grip body and a flip-top closure for easy handling and dispensing. Plus, it’s pretty enough to leave out on the kitchen table.
Graham Packaging’s high-clarity, 24-oz. hot-fill polyethylene terephthalate (PET) jar incorporates the company’s new, patent-pending StarFlex base technology and its Monosorb oxygen barrier system, which addresses the performance issue of oxygen migration when using smaller containers.