Anchor Packaging Inc. announced the addition of the new three-compartment 9” to the Gourmet Classics line of hinged RPET Containers. Perfect for pre-packaged salads with the protein and toppings in their own sections, this new package keeps the food fresh while segregating flavors until your customer is ready to eat. The compartments let you eliminate the cost of pouches or portion cups to segregate food items while reducing your carbon footprint.
The new 9” three-compartment joins the one-compartment 6”, 7.5”, and 9” deep and shallow packages from 14 to 40 ounces, sized perfectly for small and larger portion sizes. The one-piece, hinged black bottom containers drive impulse sales with their clear RPET lid. The cold temperature anti-fog technology in the lid maintains maximum visibility while on display. The elimination of condensation while in the refrigerated case gives the food that “just made” appearance, even when packed at a central kitchen. The leak-resistant lid eliminates messy spills and keeps the operation running smoothly with an audible quick-snap closure.
The tear-away lid is easily removed for eating on the go, at work, or home. The lid fits neatly out of the way under the black base, interlocking in place for optional use later. The one-piece bowl and hinged lid simplify ordering, inventory, and handling. Packages are made with a minimum of 10 percent FDA approved post-consumer RPET (#1) and remain eligible for recycling after use.
Anchor Packaging’s products also include upscale takeout packaging for restaurants and quick service chains and packages to merchandise fresh prepared ready to eat and ready-to-heat meals in super-markets, convenience stores, and other foodservice operations. Crystal Clear, Crystal Classics, Culinary Classics, Culinary Basics, Culinary Squares, Embraceable, Incredi-Bowls, Mega-Meal, MicroRaves, MicroRounds, Microlite, Roaster Series, and AnchorFoil are among Anchor’s unique rigid product lines that also include foil wrap and film. Custom package design and manufacture is provided for many large food companies in the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, and Australia.