Thrace Group offers a comprehensive selection of packaging solutions, highlighted by an outstanding line of thermoforming cups tailored for diverse applications in the food industry.
Food Service Packaging News
Berry Global’s SuperCup reusable plastic cup has helped spectators at this year’s Rugby World Cup in France enjoy their favourite beverages while enabling organisers to comply with the country’s ban on single-use plastic cups. Berry has partnered with InfinyCup, a family-owned company specialising in reusable food and beverage tableware for big events, to provide drinking cups for the stadiums in Bordeaux and Lille.
At TricorBraun, our insights-driven approach to spirits packaging identifies the packaging features and functionalities that will differentiate your product from the competition. This approach helps to ensure your spirits package creates brand loyalty and drives consumer sales—leading to your long-term success.
In May, Celebration Packaging introduced a new range of double-wall hot drink cups made from sustainable bamboo fibre, under its long-established EnviroWare® brand. The company is delighted to announce that these cups have now received a Grade A rating for recyclability.
Rieke presents the Maxi Dispensing Pump, the company's ultimate solution to meet the demands of high-viscosity and particulated liquid products.
Robinson – the manufacturer specialising in value-added custom packaging – has invested more than half a million pounds in state-of-the-art SATE machinery for its UK Paperbox division.
In response to growing demand for sustainable beverage cup options, Ball adds 9-ounce and 12-ounce aluminum cup sizes to its existing 16-ounce, 20-ounce and 24-ounce cup offerings.
There are plenty of reasons why it makes sense to work with Empire EMCO – including price, especially for small- to mid-sized companies! Before you decide to start working directly with manufacturers, let us separate fact from fiction and paint an accurate picture of a partnership with Empire EMCO.
Global food packaging manufacturer Sabert has launched a new range of recyclable paper cutlery, made from FSC® certified paper.