OTC launches a recyclable 400gr. carton table grape packaging

Prior to the start of the South African Organic Table grape season OTC Organics presents a carton table grape packaging to meet increasing demand from our end customers.

Reducing plastic packaging for vegetables and fruit is perhaps the most discussed topic of the moment. Retailers, distributors, packers, consumers and OTC Organics too want nothing more than to have all (plastic) packaging disappear from the shelves tomorrow. Many products can easily be traded without packaging, for other products this is more complicated. We all know the image of grapes in a plastic clamshell. This plastic bowl has been developed to protect the product and makes the transportation of the grape in the widest sense of the word safer and easier. Despite the fact that the plastic bowl is “the standard” and also the cheapest packaging alternative, OTC Organics felt we had to change this! Together with our packing partner Eurowest, we have developed an alternative that can easily be recycled after use because it consists of paper, a modern step towards a plastic-free shelf!

How does that work and what does it look like? We are happy to tell and show you this at our stand at the Fruit Attraction in Madrid. Visit us at booth 10G01 Holland Pavilion (Hall 10). If you are not able to attend the exhibition in Madrid please feel free to contact our sales staff at our office in Dronten by telephone:  +31 (0) 885 880 400 or by e-mail:  info@otcorganics.com

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