Field of application
An endless range of products
While only yogurt and a small assortment of dairy products used to be packaged in cups and bowls, the product range has been expanded thanks to many innovations. Packaging in cups and bowls caters to the trend for food on the go (2Go). Packaging units for food on the go have to meet the requirements of not being too big (single portion size), being convenient (easy to open), and being easy to eat immediately without any hassle (ready-to-eat).
Cups and bowls have thus been introduced in many new sectors. We give an overview below..
Yogurt, quark, cream, butter, margarine, cream cheese, cheese spread, cheese pieces, fondue, ice cream, protein products, salad
dressings, dipping sauces, buttermilk, milk drinks, etc.
Spreads, dried pieces, currywurst, mini salami, meatloaf, meatballs, sausages, crispy bacon snacks, etc.
Baked goods, nuts, grains
Muesli, nuts, snacks, trail mix, oatmeal, crackers, rusks, biscuits, cookies, popcorn, candy, cotton candy, chocolate, icings, creams, etc.
Jam, chocolate, meat, fish, vegan, creams, etc.
As a solid mass or in small pieces, snacks, biscuits, etc.
Popcorn, sweets, candy floss, chocolate, glazes, creams, etc.
Ebly, rice, lentils, couscous, noodles, potato (whole or mashed), soups, etc.
Fruit and vegetables
Fresh or dried pieces, puree, pulp, paste, compote, soups, herbs, etc.
Wine, cocktails, coffee, tea, smoothies, juices, shakes, etc.
Kipp muesli mixes, cereal mix, etc.
On rolls, in dispensers, in sheets