A specialty container with a built-in strainer from the UniPak product line of RPC Superfos Central Region (Hamburg, Germany) is used by a brand owner to pack a new range of seafood products in brine and oil. The mussels, shrimps, octopus and seafood cocktails—from Santa Bremor, the leading seafood producer in Belarus—are not only benefitting from the pack’s convenient design, but also from its novelty value, which distinguishes it from the competition.
The injection molded polypropylene UniPak cup is easy to open and reclose, and features a liquid-tight snap-on lid and a visible deterrent to tampering. The strainer is made of the same PP polymer as the cup, for which it is designed to fit into perfectly. Label graphics are rendered in sharp photo quality using advanced in-mold labeling techniques, and include an infographic explaining the benefits of the strainer to customers.
Angelina Averina, Santa Bremor brand manager, says the pack helps to maintain product quality.
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