I would like to replace my foam containers because they aren’t a good representation of the quality of food we serve. I want their “at-home” experience to reflect the quality of our “dining in” experience. What packaging do you recommend for a more upscale, reusable, quality take out or left over container?
Most chefs know that their food is too good to go into a Styrofoam container. Picture your culinary creations in a container that is visually appealing, high-quality, recyclable, reusable and heat tolerant to 230°. A perfect solution is a polypropylene container from Anchor Packaging. Customers can tear-off the perforated hinged lid and place it under the base where it interlocks in place. Textured offsetting tabs on the base and lid make it easy to open. Clear anti fogging lids and black bases provide your employees with better control over order accuracy and your customers with a better look at your culinary preparation. The reusable container is an excellent reminder of the meal they purchased at your restaurant.