RPC Bebo Deventer has provided a multilayer thermoformed pot for a range of preservative-free dips produced by Dutch food company Lazy Foods.
The multilayer thermoformed pot with high pressure processing (HPP) treatment is helping the Dutch food firm to extend the shelf life of dips.
RPC has provided RO 115 cup to fill a range of preservative-free dips, and provide a shelf life between 30 days and 40 days.
The new cup features a multilayer polypropylene structure that will prevent oxygen ingress.
They also undergo HPP treatment, which is a process where the cups are placed in a container and lay under 6,000 bar water pressure to eliminate harmful bacteria.
RPC is providing RO 115 cup in three sizes, including 175cc, 250cc and 500cc.
Based in Ridderkerk, Lazy Foods is engaged in the production of guacamole, hummus and tomato salsa, which are made by using natural ingredients and produced without any preservatives.
In December 2017, RPC Bebo Bouxwiller provided a multilayer pot for French dairy company Le Petit Basque’s new range of sheep’s milk specialities.
RPC has provided a new packaging solution for Douceur de Brebis desserts produced by Le Petit Basque.
RPC Bebo has produced 95mm pot by using inline thermoforming, which converts multiple technical polymers into the finished pack in a single production step.
Part of RPC Group, RPC Bebo offers solutions for a range of markets such as margarines, spreads, fresh, frozen and ambient shelf stable foods, seafood, meat and poultry, dairy products, baby food, fruit, ice cream, coffee capsules, and vending cups.
RPC Bebo also works with customers to develop tailor-made pack, as per the individual requirements.
RPC operates seven divisions, including PC Ace, RPC Bebo, RPC bpi group, RPC Bramlage, RPC M&H, RPC Promens and RPC Superfos.
With a turnover of around €4bn per annum, RPC Group provides plastic solutions for packaging and non-packaging markets.
Image: RPC Bebo has provided RO 115 cup for Lazy Foods’ preservative-free dips. Photo: courtesy of RPC Group Plc.