As part of an ongoing commitment to sustainability, Sayreville-based food packaging company Sabert Corp. is expanding its offerings of eco-friendly products.
In a Nov. 1 press release, the company said it will soon launch five new packaging and catering products made from various materials with unique sustainability benefits, such as recyclability and recycled content usage.
According to Sabert, the products offer several new features, including options for on-shelf merchandising, catering, takeout and on-the-go — making them a good fit for use in a range of foodservice operations, from supermarkets to fast casual.
The new products being rolled out include:
- Square Paper Bowls: Easily recycled paperboard bowls designed for both cold and warm applications and grease resistant
- Pulp Max Bowls: Designed for curbside pickup, home delivery or carryout use, the bowls are microwave- and refrigerator-safe, as well as resistant to oil and grease
- 18-inch UltraStack Platters: Designed for large gatherings, the sturdy catering-style tray features audible button locks to ensure swift and secure transportation of meals
- Clear UltraStack Square Platters: The full line of UltraStack Platters in sizes 10.7 inches to 18 inches is now available in clear, designed for transport with a steep-wall durability to prevent spills and tipping
- 18-inch by 7-inch Rectangular Platter: Ideal for family meal kits and on-the-go for two, the new Rectangular Platters offer both enhanced presentation of meals and audible button locks for fast and easy packaged food
Stephny Halstead, vice president, Marketing & New Product Development, said, “As the demand for carryout, catering and on-the-go food delivery continues to trend upward, we are excited to expand our already extensive portfolio of packaging products and offerings with innovative solutions that support our commitment to reducing environmental waste.”
“These brand-new products deliver the ideal fusion of sustainability and adaptability all while making a lasting impression on current and future customers,” Halstead added.