Amcor is showcasing its new packaging solutions at the International Deli Dairy and Bakery Association’s (IDDBA 17) annual trade show in Anaheim, California, US.
The event is being held between 4 and 6 June at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Amcor has recently added new collection of crystal-clear polyethylene terephthalate (PET) stock bottles and performs to its dairy, aseptic, and high-pressure processing (HPP) packaging portfolio.
The company offers PET packaging products for various dairy applications, helping to reduce product line complexity for the customers.
Amcor provides packaging solutions for coffee creamers, fresh and flavored milk, and non-dairy alternatives.
Apart from diary applications, the company also provides a range of stock containers for deli condiments such as ketchup, mustard, and barbecue sauce.
The firm’s hot-fill PET and polypropylene (PP) bottles feature advanced barrier solutions, which will enable to meet shelf-life requirements.
In addition, Amcor produces a range of PET containers for hot-fill and ambient-fill salad dressings
Amcor Rigid Plastics marketing and strategic business development director Frank Lin said: “Amcor plays a leading role in the development of private label packaging for the food and beverage industry.
“The bottles are sleek, eye-catching, and deliver a great consumer experience. Brands and manufacturers get flexibility and versatility.”
Amcor Rigid Plastics, which operates 69 facilities in 12 countries, provides a range of rigid plastic packaging solutions for the food, beverage, spirits, personal care, home care and healthcare industries.
Based in Ann Arbor of Michigan, Amcor Rigid Plastics is a subsidiary of Amcor Limited that provides flexible and rigid plastic packaging solutions.
Image: Amcor's collection of crystal-clear polyethylene terephthalate stock bottles and preforms. Photo: courtesy of Amcor.