Are you ready for 2025?

Carbon black plastic packaging is targeted
for elimination* by 2025

You’re in the clear with Safe-T-Chef®!

In an ongoing effort to drive a circular economy for plastic packaging, the U.S. Plastic Pact, with the support of both businesses and government, has identified problematic or unnecessary materials and targeted them for elimination* by 2025. Plastics with “non-detectable carbon black pigments” are at the top of the list.

Safe-T-Chef® is the first all-clear, tamper evident, tamper resistant polypropylene packaging product family for hot food applications. With high-clarity and a smooth, modern design, the packaging puts the contents center stage.

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Tamper Evident and Tamper Resistant
Proven patented technology
Reusable and dishwasher safe
High Clarity Polypropylene
Showcases the contents
Smooth Modern Design
Attractive shape and curved smooth walls create scoopable corners to reach every bite
Perfect for Hot Food
Great for microwaves, heat lamps, and hot displays
Peace of Mind
Confidence that food will stay safe during delivery
Ideal for foods that require microwaves for heating
Optional Venting
Vented and non-vented options available

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First tamper evident and tamper resistant product family on the market for polypropylene packaging

For hot food applications

Microwaveable, easy to use, dishwasher friendly

Perfect for take out, third party delivery, and Grab & Go

Leak resistant*

We strongly recommend that customers test products under their specific conditions to determine fitness for use.

*Non-vented options

Check out articles to learn more about the challenges with carbon black plastic packaging and why eliminating it is so important.

Sprite Going All Clear

Sprite changing the packaging from green to clear plastic as part of broader efforts to become more environmentally responsible.  The current plastic contains green, an additive that can't be recycled into new bottles.

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Impact of Carbon Black Pigment on the Recycling Process

Packaging needs to be detected by the “near infra-red” light sensor. Carbon black is absorbing the light and the sensor doesn’t recognize it. The packaging can’t be detected and subsequently not sorted, so it will be rejected for incineration or landfill.

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Recycling operators cheer list of problematic plastics

The U.S. Plastics Pact’s list of “problematic and unnecessary materials,” published today, was highly anticipated.  It’s among the first industry-backed efforts to specifically note which types of plastics should be avoided in packaging.

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