High barrier pouches are particularly good for products such as tea and coffee, and any other products which are particularly sensitive to oxygen/moisture, including milk chocolate confectionery, nuts, dried fruit snacks, and protein powders.
Simon Balderson, Sirane MD, said: “Field & Fare has had a strong start, and we’ve begun adding additional items following feedback from customers.
“There’s been a lot of interest in the high barrier pouches, and so we decided to add them as a stock item in the two colours available – white and brown Kraft.”
Our new e-commerce site Field & Fare has a particular focus on environmentally-friendly packaging solutions – and a range of other products are also available.
And we’ll shortly be adding our new plastic-free sandwich packs in two sizes – fitting 2 and 3 sandwiches – watch this space for more information.
Simon Balderson, Sirane MD, said: “Field & Fare offers some great eco-friendly packaging solutions, but makes it accessible to smaller farm-shops, delis etc, and to start-ups…. and, as seen with the high barrier Earthpouch, new products will be added as we go along – with sandwich skillets next on our list.
“We’ve already had a strong start, with plenty of orders already shipped out. We’ve also added the facility to order samples of some of our eco-friendly solutions.”
For more information, visit www.fieldandfare.co.uk
Sirane is an innovative packaging development-to-manufacture company, with expertise in absorbency and material science. Specialisms include bags and pouches, absorbent products, shelf-life extension and dual-ovenable products.