European packaging specialist KM Packaging Services Ltd launched an enhanced range of innovative, optically-superior lidding films for aluminum foil trays, under the Klarity+ brand.
Building on the success of the company’s original range of Klarity films, Klarity+ brings world-leading antifog performance on peelable lidding films for foil trays, with no compromise on sealing performance and integrity. The original KM Klarity range offered a game-changing antifog performance, even through the temperature variations that can occur during distribution and retail. The new Klarity+ film is even more resistant to changes in tray temperature during storage, distribution and retail than other films on the market.
KM Klarity+ is available in both 42 and 62 microns, with standard or high barrier for extended shelf life – printed and laser perforation options can also be specified. This exceptional upgrade provides the food industry with excellent optics and clarity, enabling the consumer to identify and select prepared food quickly and easily. Suitable for snacks, fresh fruit, vegetables, meats, and poultry, Klarity+ overcomes consumer frustration related to condensation obscuring the product which can occur with inferior films.
“KM Klarity has proven itself as a reliable, high quality film that improves the presentation of all kinds of prepared foods from ready meals to fresh fruit,” says KM Commercial Director, Graham Holding. “Now, we expect Klarity+ to take over as our flagship antifog product for foil trays, with all of the benefits of our core range but even better technical performance. Today’s consumers don’t have the time to sift through stacks of fogged-up trays to find one where they can see the product, and it’s up to retailers—and thus food manufacturers—to provide premium packaging solutions that not only display the contents to their best advantage, but also perform technically across the board. Especially when specified in conjunction with some of our other class-leading lidding solutions, Klarity+ really is going to be the ‘one to watch’ in the food packaging markets.”