Huhtamaki launches contemporary Food-to-Go Boxes

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The boxes are made from paperboard and have a PET lining.
The boxes are made from paperboard and have a PET lining.
Packaging manufacturer Huhtamaki has launched PET lined Food-To-Go Boxes for restaurants. 

Product details:

The boxes are made from paperboard and have a PET lining. They can be used to hold warm foods and preserve heat, and can also be stacked in chiller cabinets and hold chilled food.

The Food-To-Go Boxes are lightweight and sturdy and have been designed to be easily held, so customers can use them to eat from while on the move. They have leak-proof webbed corners so liquids will not leak from the box onto the holder.

USP:

The boxes have been designed to be as convenient as possible and can be used for both hot and cold foods.

Availability:

Available in small, medium and large sizes; operators can choose to order containers with or without a window and vents.  They can also choose from kraft brown or customise the boxes with their own design to enhance corporate branding.

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