IF you’re looking to replace plastics in your food packaging, but don’t know where to start, you’re in the right place… Sirane can help.
Sirane’s Earth Packaging solutions can really help you boost your green credentials, and we have many products suitable for replacing plastics with a more environmentally-friendly solution. We have access to many different materials, and the expertise to advise on what will work and what won’t, and to develop the product you need if it’s not currently on offer.
For example, compostable food packaging from Sirane includes our breathable bags and films for extending the life of fresh produce, compostable absorbent pads for meat, poultry, seafood and fruit, and more.
… and then there’s the Earthpouch – an industry first. Earthpouch is a food packaging solution made from a paper with a 100% plastic free heat-sealable coating which is then formed into a preformed stand-up pouch which provides total food security for dry and moist food products. This pouch is recyclable as part of the paper stream, so ticks all the environmental-friendly boxes going! It’s certified Plastic-Free by A Plastic Planet – meaning you can apply to use the logo.
And don’t forget, Sirane is – and always will be – a development company. Get in touch, we’re experts in material science, so if you’re looking for an alternative to plastics, we can probably help… to contact us, either fill out the form below and we’ll contact you, or call +44 1952 230055.
* Sirane is asking for manufacturers of coaters to submit quotations in writing for a coater capable of coating papers in range of 25gsm – 150gsm using water based coatings. The coating width requirement of this machine needs to be in the region of 1.3M wide. The machine needs to be able to handle reels with an approximate weight of 750kgs max. Please submit the proposal or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
- The closing date will be 25.02.21 @ 3.30pm and submissions are to be send in writing to email@example.com
- The successful applicant will be chosen using a simple scoring matrix based on proven technology, cost, reputation