Jars for Food, Personal Care and Beauty

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Robinson's range of jars are widely used in the food, personal care and beauty market sectors.

Depending on the specific application jars can be made by injection moulding (IM), injection stretch blow moulding (ISBM) or extrusion blow moulding (EBM).

Commonly used polymers are PET, PP and HDPE, all of which are recyclable.

In some cases, additives such as UV inhibitors provide the jars with special functional properties.

Product examples

A range available for food and personal care and beauty, to include single-walled cosmetics jars, double-walled cosmetic jars, wide-mouth PET jars, small PET jars for home baking, and herbs and spices, HDPE jars for laundry care.

“The recyclable PET jar together with the weight saving has helped increase the environmental profile.”

Cake decorations, Food customer

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See also

ROCOCO chooses ROBINSON for its flagship Easter Egg for 2023

Robinson, who were recently awarded FSC ® certification (Licence code: FSC-C186000) for its Paperbox division, have a produced a rigid shoulder box with internal fitments with a printed satin ribbon to hold the egg in place. The box has been printed in the traditional blue Rococo design inside and out on an uncoated paper. The packaging is 100% recyclable and has no element of plastic in it unlike most other Easter egg boxes on the market.

ROBINSON Receives FSC Certification

Robinson is delighted to announce it has received FSC ® certification (Licence code: FSC-C186000) for its Paperbox division. FSC certification ensures that all products produced at Paperbox are sustainable. FSC-managed forests help provide clean air and water by restricting hazardous chemicals and following strict harvesting and forestry practices. Their work also helps ensure a diversity of animals, trees and plants as well as providing safe working conditions for everyone involved.

  • Abigail Mackay
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  • Created 29 May 2023
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