Company now offers 7 sizes and configuration options to these popular grab and go containers
SHELTON, Conn. – August 17, 2018 – In 2017, Inline Plastics responded to consumer and market demand for convenient, smaller portion packaging that also offered multiple compartments for healthy food combinations. The initial launch of Safe-T-Fresh® SnackWare® to the marketplace consisted of three options: a 2- or 4-compartment container with a unique anti-migration lid, and a single 48 oz. container, all with the same footprint. Today, the company announced four additional packaging options to the SnackWare product line. These include a wrap container, a new 4-compartment container in a shallow version, and the popular 24 oz. and 32 oz. size options.
As part of the Safe-T-Fresh family, all SnackWare containers are recyclable and offer clear walls, large transparent viewing windows, and the company’s patented tamper-evident, and tamper-resistant Safe-T-Gard® tear-strip locking mechanism.
“Consumers want convenience, variety, and smaller portions for their busy grab and go lifestyles,” explained Sarah Korwek, Inline Plastics Product Manager. “With seven packaging options, retailers now have more flexibility to showcase a variety of snacks while stacking containers securely to maximize precious shelf space.”
The multiple compartment options are perfect for mixing nuts, fruits, veggies, salads and sandwiches and also includes a cell with a lid for dips or dressings. The wrap container is designed to merchandise products either upright or lying flat. “Studies show that 91% of consumers snack several times a day. SnackWare is the solution for consumers looking to grab healthy, right-sized snacks or even light means, that they can take anywhere with the confidence the food will remain safe and secure until they pull our well-known and recognized tear strip,” Korwek added.
SnackWare is made in the U.S.A. with 100% recyclable DPET material. Inline Plastics offers complete in-house automation solutions for SnackWare and all Inline Plastics containers.