Packaging Containers Made of Petroleum-Based Materials
St. Louis-based Anchor Packaging launched the WAVE series of containers, which incorporates an ergonomic design, reduction of petroleum-based materials and an upscale presentation with smooth, clean lines and wide viewing panels. These containers are available in 16, 24 and 32 ounce sizes.
The WAVE series 9x6-inch containers are designed with smooth sides for ease of use. The spoonable inside surface and shiny black outside attract the impulse buyer with a modern, contemporary design. The attractive new look provides a table-ready presentation in a durable, cut-resistant material.
Three leak-resistant lids will fit each of the WAVE polypropylene bases. New PP and RPET dome lids have a smooth, sleek look with wide, rib-free panels to provide an unobstructed view of the food contents. The flat RPET lid also has a smooth surface and is ideal for portion control and low-profile items.
The vented, polypropylene dome lid includes integral Clear Guard anti-fog technology to prevent condensation or “fogging” of the lid. This maximizes hot-case merchandising opportunities and eliminates takeout order errors for foodservice operators, while keeping hot foods looking fresh and appealing. High-clarity RPET flat and dome lids include cold anti-fog technology, and when combined with these microwavable bases, offer optimal food visibility to drive increased sales from chilled grab-and-go displays.
The three bases and the polypropylene lid will withstand temperatures to 230°F in warming units, under heat lamps or in the microwave. No need to re-plate chilled, prepared foods when reheated in the microwave.
Containers are made with a natural mineral additive, reducing the use of petroleum-based resin by 40%. Bases and polypropylene lids are dishwasher safe and are made with FDA-approved post-consumer recycled content.
Anchor Packaging Inc.