11/17/2015 8:30 AM
Duni continues to develop innovative and functional products with the environment in mind. Newly launched is the compostable Snack Box made for takeaway.
The Snack Box range is revolutionary in the sense that it is designed to add modern form and functionality to quality fast food. The product differentiates itself with a convenient hinged lid, which is easy to remove, optimal stackability and an elegant eco-look and feel.
The range is made of the compostable material bagasse, a natural by-product of sugar cane. It performs impressively and is suitable for hot-fills, microwaves and freezers. Once composted, bagasse turns to soil in just a few weeks.
– With the new Snack Box range, we provide deli and take away managers with a sustainable, user-friendly ‘to-go’ solution, which meets the needs of today’s increasingly eco-conscious – and knowledgeable – customers, explains Saloni Deva, International Trade Marketing Manager, Meal Service at Duni.
With growing market demands for dependable and disposable products that minimise environmental impact, Duni has made great efforts to study and test the bagasse material.
– The Snack box is the result of careful observations of how to manage the material in the best way possible. We are proud of the outcome. We always want to ensure that our customers never have to compromise between appealing design and caring for the environment, Saloni Deva concludes.
The Snack Box comes in two convenient sizes and is a part of Duni's eco conscious range ecoecho®.
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For more information, please contact:
Saloni Deva, International Trade Marketing Manager, Meal Service
phone +46 40 106200, mobile +46 734 196389, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Elisabeth Gierow, Corporate CSR & Quality Director
phone +46 40 106200, mobile +46 734 196283, e-mail email@example.com
The Duni ecoecho® range offers a selection of designed takeaway solutions made of the best eco-conscious materials available, with the aim of limiting the use of non-renewable resources and to reduce CO2 footprint. Read more at duni.com.