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Spoon-in-lid idea makes life easier for consumers

By Rick Pendrous contact

- Last updated on GMT

Spoon-in-lid  idea makes life easier for consumers

Related tags: Rpc superfos, Polyethylene terephthalate

A spoon-in-the-lid concept has been developed by RPC Superfos for its 75mm container used to pack yogurts, desserts and other dairy products.

The new design is aimed at consumers who eat on-the-go and includes a foldable polypropylene spoon. The amorphous polyethylene terephthalate (APET) lid features a fine PET seal that is said to be easy to tear off.

It is claimed to improve on similar lids, which are sealed with aluminium foil and oblige the consumer to find the spoon contained within.

“We have created a lid with a two-piece spoon, which matches the widespread and popular small diameter typically used for a pot of yogurt or a chocolate mousse,”​ says Rikke Justenborg, product portfolio manager at RPC Superfos Stilling.

The lid can be specified in any transparent colour, giving a wide range of design possibilities where the pot, lid and seal provide maximum on-shelf impact. The lid height of the container has also been kept to a minimum.

Contact RPC Superfos Stilling​ for more information.

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