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Inline Plastics Expands PagodaWare Product Line

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Inline Plastics has expanded its PagodaWare line to include three smaller sizes, as well as two “flat lid” containers. The clear food packages now are available in 8-oz., 12-oz. and 16-oz. sizes for smaller portions as well as 24-oz. and 32-oz. flat lid configurations for smaller sized foods, such as nuts and candy.

As part of the Safe-T-Fresh family, the PagodaWare packaging is designed with a “pagoda” shape that features a 360-degree view of the container contents, as well as the company’s patented tamper-evident and tamper-resistant Safe-T-Gard tear-strip locking mechanism.

“When PagodaWare was initially launched, we offered five different sizes, ranging from a 16-oz. shallow container to the large 64-oz. package perfect for heavier cut fruits,” said Sarah Hobson, product manager for Inline Plastics, Shelton, Connecticut. “Understanding the demand for individually sized portions, we are pleased to offer these new smaller packaging options to meet the growing needs of our customers.”

All PagodaWare clamshells include the SureGrip technology for ease of handling. They are robust, leak-resistant and resealable, making the container reusable. Their body design includes beveled corners with stacking ability. PagodaWare is made in the U.S. with 100 percent recyclable DPET material and all product sizes are automation ready.


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