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D&W Fine Pack: Container and lid line for grab-and-go meals

D&W Fine Pack’s Cruiser Bowl container and lid line is well-suited for a broad range of applications targeted for use in restaurant take-out and deli grab-and-go meals and beverages.

Designed with cost savings in mind, the bowls are available in 10 sizes for portion control and feature Power Seal lids to protect against leaks and spills. Two of the more popular size options are the 12-oz. bowl, available in tall or squat size, and the 8-oz. car cup.

For use in hot or cold applications, the Crusier Bowl containers are also microwavable, reusable and top-rack dishwasher safe.  The various product sizes are stackable, making them easy to transport and maximizing storage space.  Clear lids are available in both vented and non-vented options.

The Cruiser Bowl design is suitable for packaging healthier options, such as deli salads, soups, fresh-cut fruit and oatmeal, as well as comfort foods, such as mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese.   In addition to being reusable, the Cruiser Bowl line is made with the company’s exclusive C-Green material, talc-filled polypropylene engineered to reduce the overall use of plastic resin while maintaining product integrity, quality and durability.

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