Multilayer Barrier Pots For Fresh Olives

Multilayer Barrier Pots For Fresh Olives

12 Aug 2016 ---

The French company Croc’Frais chooses RPC Bebo’s PP containers with EVOH barrier for its fresh olives. The French Croc’Frais has opted for multilayer barrier pots from RPC Bebo for its product range. The market leader in fresh olives uses 250ml pots thermoformed in clear polypropylene for consumer appeal, while a barrier layer of EVOH provides protection against oxygen ingress to optimize shelf life while maintaining product freshness.

The French company Croc’Frais chooses RPC Bebo’s PP containers with EVOH barrier for its fresh olives. The French Croc’Frais has opted for multilayer barrier pots from RPC Bebo for its product range. The market leader in fresh olives uses 250ml pots thermoformed in clear polypropylene for consumer appeal, while a barrier layer of EVOH provides protection against oxygen ingress to optimize shelf life while maintaining product freshness. The lids are also easy to open. With the wide variety of different recipes, Croc’Frais is currently labeling the pots but the option exists to personalize them with pack and lid printing by RPC Bebo in the future. RPC Bebo Deventer manufactures the pots and supplies these via RPC Bebo France. Founded in 1998 and based near Chartres, Croc’Frais is part of the Mediterranean product specialist Olives & Co, whose other brands include Mille et un Sud, Maison Raymond, Le Marmiton and Marie Amelie.

Source: Croc Frais

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