Tag: Cold food packaging
Secure and sustainable cold food delivery with BePulp Buddha bowls
BePulp Buddha bowls are a new range of food containers made from renewable resources and Home OK Compost certified, for a secure and sustainable delivery vessel for cold food dishes.
Monday July 13, 2020
The Anson Plaza Square range – bringing a sleek, premium and contemporary feel to salad containers
The food to go market is predicted to be worth over £21 billion by 2020, according to the IDG forecast. Food packaging for take-out menus has never been so important. With so many food to go options available – today’s customers are discerning and demand easy to use products that are appealing, functional and environmentally […]
Thursday June 15, 2017
Food On-The-Go Trend 2017 – Colourful smoothie bowls
Brimming with colourful ingredients, bowls full of deliciously creamy thick smoothie, pilled with an assortment of fruits, nuts and seeds have taken breakfast to a whole new level. The popularity of the smoothie bowl trend was first born when health food bloggers on Instagram flooded their feeds with bowl after bowl of vibrant, photogenic smoothies.
Friday April 21, 2017
Food On-The-Go Trend 2017 – Ready, Set, Action, For Gourmet Popcorn
In a new series of blogs for 2017 we’re bringing food operators the latest trends for the on-the-go food market. From Acai bowls and Poke, to Bao burgers and rolled ice-cream – we’ll be taking a close look at the must-have dishes essential for any 2017 take-out menu; and we’ll be exploring why these dishes […]
Wednesday February 22, 2017
PET Cup Inserts: Making Grab n’ Go easier
Take a look on the grab n’ go shelves of coffee shops and supermarkets and what were once unimaginative combinations of sandwiches, bags of high saturated crisps and pots of pre-chopped fruit are now an ever-evolving selection of seasonal recipes, Asian-influenced dishes and mix and match snacks and nibbles.
Monday February 6, 2017
Stylish packaging for on the go lifestyles
Snacking consumption has been on the rise for a few years now, but the most significant growth has come in the past two years. The proportion of consumers snacking everyday grew from 76% in 2014 to 83% in 2016, according to the Technomic “2016 Snacking Occasion Consumer Trend Report”.
Thursday January 19, 2017
Rocketing salad sales and a surge in superfoods
Over the last few years, operators have seen a shift in customer menu choices. With the surge in superfoods, many customers are buying healthy and filling items that are not only fresh and crunchy, but can also fit around their increasingly busy lifestyles. With a shift from sandwiches to salads, supermarket giant Tesco reported that […]
Friday July 22, 2016
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