Sizes from 2.5 oz to 1/2 gal are available. Shapes include traditional tapered rounds with a recessed bottom, round or rounded-rectangular straightwall containers, as well as a Tetra tube for squeeze-up ice creams. Tapered cups are formed at Tetra's new Pleasant Prarie plant, while straightwall cups are shipped to the packager for forming.
Ice cream cup
Tetra Laval Food Hoyer (Pleasant Prarie, WI) has introduced the Tetra Cup. Targeted for ice cream applications, the polyethylene/ paperboard/polyethylene structure may soon be used for margarine or cultured products, according to the company.
Oct 31, 1995