Industry News | May 9, 2013

Anchor Packaging Announces New Addition to Mega Meal Line

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Anchor Packaging Inc. announces the addition of a new 38-ounce container to the already successful Mega-Meal product line.

This shallow container is perfect for appetizers, finger-foods, desserts, cut fruit, and many other hot or cold applications. The 38 oz. container joins the deeper 80 oz. and 100 oz. sizes as an upscale alternative to an aluminum half-steam table pan for large portions, family-size meals, and catered events. All three polypropylene containers share a common clear, anti-fog, polypropylene lid, keeping SKUs and inventory costs to a minimum.
 
Mega-Meal containers make both hot food and cold look fresh and appealing, while keeping the operation running smoothly with the simple-to-apply lid with a leak-resistant closure. These strong, durable containers are resistant to hot grease and oils and will withstand temperatures up to 230°F when used under heat lamps, in warming units, or in the microwave. The interlocking feature allows multiple packages to be securely stacked on display, in storage, or during transport without messy spills. 
 
Designed for operator efficiency and for consumer convenience, Mega-Meal packages are dishwasher safe and can still be recycled after multiple uses. Versatile and resilient, the Mega-Meal line is the perfect choice for any meal solution. 
 
Anchor Packaging’s products also include upscale take-out packaging used for merchandising prepared ready-to-heat meals in supermarkets and take-out meals in restaurants and other foodservice operations. The Roaster Series, Incredi-Bowls, Culinary Classics, Culinary Basics, MicroRaves, MicroRounds, Gourmet Classics, Microlite, BonFaire, Crystal Clear, Crystal Classics, and AnchorFoil are among Anchor’s unique product lines that also include foil and film. Custom package design and manufacture is provided for many large food companies in the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, and Australia.