The new pack is a lot simpler to assemble. It includes a two-cavity thermoform of polyvinyl chloride one cavity for the steel can of tuna salad the other holding a film-wrapped slug of crackers. The Lunch Kit on the other hand includes a can of tuna pouches of mayonnaise and relish a wrapped napkin and a bowl and spoon for mixing. While it sells for $1.59 the new mixed tuna salad pack is $1.29 says Laura Young of StarKist Seafoods Newport KY. The new thermoform is made with an integral die-cut hanger tab as well as a molded foot for stand-up display. "This versatility gives the package the potential to migrate into stores where you won't normally find tuna" says Jerry Kathman of Libby Perszyk Kathman (Cincinnati OH) the company that designed both graphics and structures for the package. The thermoform is heat sealed with a coated 20-pt SBS paper lid printed offset in six colors and varnish by Smurfit Flexible Packaging (Schaumburg IL). "We originally suggested a two-piece thermoform with a living hinge. But this package is a more cost-effective execution" Kathman says. National rollout of the new product began in June Young adds.