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RPC Corby: Multilayer PP/EVOH/PP container

Made with high-barrier material that protects products from moisture and oxygen (and has the option of a UV-light inhibitor), RPC Containers Corby’s Artemis jar provides a practical and convenient solution for packaging a variety of dried, powdered, and granulated products such as nuts, instant coffee, and infant milk formula.
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A new non-round neck makes use of Apta’s BAP Quantum closure. To create an induction weld that maintains product integrity, and improves product shelf life.  An integrated ring pull offers easy opening for consumers, and the relealable flip-top lid helps maintain product freshness and minimize food waste.

The jar is blow molded in a multilayer PP/EVOH/PP structure, suitable for both hot and cold filling, and complies with current food contact regulations.

Its standard design creates a distinctive appearance on the shelf, and provides a wide area for decorative printing, labelling, or sleeving, allowing brands to create a unique appearance, with plenty of room for eye-catching graphics as well as product information, instructions, and marketing messages.  Bespoke shapes can also be created to meet specific customer and brand objectives.

The jar’s light weight, recyclability, and long ambient shelf life offer important sustainability benefits.      

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