Pouch® is a 100% recyclable ProActive Sustainability® flexible-packaging product from ProAmpac with high-quality graphics, optional oxygen barrier properties, available from small-to-large sizes. (Photo: Business Wire) Multimedia Gallery URL
Debuting two innovations: Signature Surfaces ProActive Recyclable Paper Touch and Recyclable QuadFlex®
ProAmpac, the flexible packaging leader, arrives in Kansas City at Petfood Forum April 29, introducing its ProActive Sustainability® portfolio of greener packaging options to the largest collection of suppliers to the pet food industry.
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“Pet owners’ preference for premium products continues to fuel pet food market growth,” said Adam Grose, chief commercial officer for ProAmpac. “We are excited to now offer our customers two new recyclable packaging options that convey a premium image in a sustainable format.”
ProAmpac is featuring two new, innovative recyclable packaging options at Petfood Forum: Signature Surfaces ProActive Recyclable Paper Touch coatings and its ProActive Recyclable QuadFlex® Pouch.
New Recyclable Paper Touch
The company announced its new Signature Surfaces Paper Touch is available in recyclable rollstock and pre-made pouches. The groundbreaking Signature Surfaces coating can be combined with glossy graphics or a clear window that creates an eye-popping display sure to attract consumer attention. This material has excellent heat resistance, chemical resistance, and scuff resistance, along with a low seal-initiation temperature for high-speed form/fill/seal (FFS) applications.
“With the feel of kraft paper, ProAmpac’s new Paper Touch recyclable films fulfill brands’ desires for a sustainable flexible package that supports organic and premium products, like pet food, without sacrificing barrier or performance. This revolutionary material offers either standard or high oxygen and moisture barriers and is pre-approved by How2Recycle for store-drop-off,” states Hesam Tabatabaei, director of research, innovation, and technology.