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Introducing The New Harvest Fiber Kraft Rectangles!

October 9th, 2018 RSS feed icon

Harvest Fiber Kraft Rectangle ContainersIntroducing the latest additions to the Harvest Fiber product line: HFR016, 16oz. container; HFR024, 24oz. container; and the HFR032, 32oz. container. The Harvest Fiber Kraft Rectangles are perfect for several occasions, including grab n’ go, takeout, and much more. They have superior strength, a modern appearance, and are also grease and oil resistant. Made from an all natural bagasse material, they are stackable lightweight and easy to carry. The Harvest Fiber Rectangle Container in size 16oz. can be paired with the matching lid FPR916, while the HFR024 and HFR032 best fit the FPR932 or the FPR932S. We are proud to say that this product effortlessly meets the demand for compostable and eco-friendly packaging.

As a leading manufacturer in environmentally sustainable products, we strive to meet your eco-friendly goals. To learn more about our BPI certified compostable Harvest Fiber Kraft products, click here. To request free samples, click here.

BPI Certified compostable | All natural, fiber substrate | GMO free | Genpak engineered designs

Next Generation of 21st Century Dining: Food Halls

June 5th, 2018 RSS feed icon

Food halls, home to a mix of local artisan restaurants, butcher shops and other food-oriented boutiques, has officially become the next generation of 21st century dining. Flourishing in America, the emporium offers an open social environment and a new concept of cross meal-ordering for spontaneous eaters. It’s success in the states and expansion across the globe proves the potential longevity of a trend that won’t die down anytime soon. Since settling in America’s busiest cities, it’s been hit by urban consumers and a melting pot of inquisitive tasters. From Bourdain Market in New York to Grand Central Market in Los Angeles, here’s where you can find the most anticipated food halls in America:

Ponce City Market, Atlanta

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Ponce City Market, newest food hall in Atlanta, quickly gained much recognition after it’s renovation last fall. It has since been open to several eateries like Marrakesh Mediterranean Market, second-floor restaurant The Mercury, and Jia restaurant with a Sichuan cuisine.

Latinicity Food Hall and Lounge, Chicago

Latinicity Food Hall and Lounge, Chicago

Latinicity Food Hall and Lounge is a Latin-focused food hall introduced by celebrity chef and restaurateur, Richard Sandoval. Opened in April 2015 it offers 11 food stations with 350 seats, according to Eater Chicago.

4th Street Market, Los Angeles

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Santa Ana developer Ryan Chase introduced this food emporium in February 2015. The 30,000 square-foot food hall has introduced a vibrant concept in the heart of Orange County. Current line includes popular Asian fusion food truck Dos Chinos, Latin-inspired seafood shack Mar, Ink Waffles, and Electric City Butcher.

St. Roch Market, New Orleans

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This modern, upscale food hall began as a 19th century market and is now occupied with the most innovative eateries in the Bywater District. Lineup includes Tallulah’s, Coast Roast Coffee, Elysian Seafood, and more. According to Eater New Orleans, the food hall is making its expansion to another spot in Miami.

Genpak products do not back down from the competition when it comes to innovative dining spots like food halls. Our repuatable innovations like Smart Set Pro, Oven Ready Food Trays, Clear Hinged Foodservice Containers, and ProView are reliable for off-premise dining, food halls, grab n’ go, and even home delivery. We strive to deliver top quality packaging as your food packaging company.

Weigel’s Still Winning Consumers in the Breakfast Occasion

January 10th, 2018 RSS feed icon

Weigel's breakfast display

Weigel’s is still taking over the breakfast occasion with affordable, grab n’ go Breakfast Bowls!

How do you like your breakfast? For me, I like to start my day with a delicious, energizing combination of bacon, potatoes, and eggs that I can take with me on-the-go. That’s what Weigel’s, Tennessee-based convenience store, had in mind after their October 2017 launch of Breakfast Bowls, using Genpak’s FP012-3L, 12 oz. microwave safe container and lid. The bowls are full of protein packed flavors of signature food items for a mouthwatering breakfast occasion. Weigel’s knew that incorporating a traditional breakfast combination into a bowl is a morning win. If these bowls help reduce the cost consumers pay for a full breakfast and the line before checkout, then who can turn them down?!

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FPR012-3L with Lid – Smart Set Pro Collection

Weigel’s breakfast bowls are comprised of one meat choice (whether it’s bacon, sausage, or steak) mixed with a combination of tender potatoes, fluffy eggs, and melted cheese. The bowls remain hot and ready to enjoy as a hearty choice that is packed with protein. $3.79 can get consumers a flavorful breakfast that’s ready to enjoy at their work, school, or home.

As for the container, the FP012-3L container and lid both are perfect for the breakfast trends existing inside or outside of the early morning rush, like the all-day breakfast or a breakfast-as-snack. The bowl is a black base of textured polypropylene, with a clarified lid for order accuracy. Our microwave safe feature allows consumers to enjoy reheated meals, and it also makes consumers lives easier by being top shelf dishwasher safe. This bowl is also no stranger to leak resistance, so consumers don’t have to worry about messy spills.

What are your thoughts on today’s prevalent breakfast occasion?

For more details on the FPR012-3L and lid, check out our video below on Smart Set Pro in the breakfast scene and tell us what you think. If you’re new to this product line, you can request free samples to experience it for yourself. If you’ve ordered it before, you can share your experience by leaving a testimonial.

 

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