Materials Used In Our Food Containers And Packaging
Ever wonder what goes into the disposable dinnerware that you serve your food on? How about the foam containers your takeout gets sent home in? It's important to many restaurants, delis and other food service businesses to be aware of what materials they are sending out the door with their food.
At Genpak we understand this, and provide detailed information on the materials used to engineer our quality food containers and packaging.
Compostable and biodegradable products are becoming more and more popular in every industry, and the food container and packaging industry is no exception. That's why we are proud to offer a variety of Harvest® lines for your food serving needs. There are disposable cups from materials harvested from managed forests; microwave safe containers manufactured from renewable resources; and plastic knives, forks and spoons consisting of 60% annually renewable starches. Most of your food container and packaging needs can be met just with our environmentally preferable products. Learn more about these materials here.
We also offer our disposable cups, plates, dinnerware and food packaging in a variety of traditional materials. From the versatile foamed polystyrene to solid plastics like APET and CPET, we engineer our products to not only showcase your food brilliantly, but also to stand up to the applications that you will put them through (like warming stations). Take a few minutes to learn about all the foam and plastic food containers made from traditional materials.
If you have any questions on any of the materials used in our disposable products, please call us at 518-798-9511 or send us a note. We look forward to partnering with you for all your foam, plastic and other food packaging and container needs.