We have a wide range of trays for all types of food and processes. The varied capacities, the wide range of references and types of material available, manufactured using the thermoforming and injection processes, are ideal for sale in retail, hotels and restaurants. Whether thermosealable or manually sealed with tamper evident seals, we facilitate the packaging process for all types of foodstuffs.

Ready-to-eat foods

Ready-to-eat foods in plastic containers and trays are common in the food industry and are used in a variety of sectors, from supermarkets to takeaway services. These foods are usually pre-cooked, processed and ready to eat without the need for additional preparation. We have a wide variety of formats, shapes, measurements and capacities in which you can find the solution for your products.

Production process

  • Injection
  • Thermoforming


  • Design
  • Digital printing labels
  • Absorbent pads
  • Custom packaging

Materials and uses

    • Single-layer materials:
    • Multi-layer / barrier materials:
    • Recycled materials: rPET / rPET-PE / rPET-EVOH-PE

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Frequently Questions

What are product ranges (1st RANGE, 2nd RANGE, 3rd RANGE, 4th RANGE, 5th RANGE, 6th RANGE)?
Product ranges refer to categories that classify foods according to their degree of processing and preparation. The 1st Range includes fresh and unprocessed products, such as fruits and vegetables. The 2nd Range encompasses minimally processed foods, such as pre-washed and cut salads. The 3rd Range includes fresh products that have been processed and packaged, such as packaged salads. The 4th , 5th, and 6th Ranges generally refer to more processed foods, such as cooked products, vacuum-packed, or ready-to-eat.
How many types of plastic are there?
The most common types of plastics used in packaging are PET (polyethylene terephthalate) ♳, HDPE (high-density polyethylene) ♴, PVC (polyvinyl chloride) ♴, LDPE (low-density polyethylene) ♶, PP (polypropylene) ♷, and PS (polystyrene) ♸, as well as others composed of composite materials in various layers ♹.
What is modified atmosphere packaging (MAP)?
Modified atmosphere packaging is a packaging technique that involves altering the gas composition inside the package to extend the product's shelf life. This is achieved by removing oxygen and adding gases such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or mixtures of inert gases. Modified atmosphere packaging helps delay food deterioration and oxidation, maintaining its freshness and quality for a longer period.
What capacities are available?
Available capacities may vary depending on the type of package and its design. Capacities can be measured in terms of volume, size, weight, or the quantity of product the package can hold. Consult with us to learn about the specific capacities available for the packages you need. Each of our products is identified with the capacity in ml.
What is skin packaging process? Skin packaging
Skin packaging is a packaging technique that involves placing a transparent film over the product and then sealing it around the contours of the product, creating a "second skin" appearance. This type of packaging is commonly used for fresh and delicate products as it provides an attractive presentation and additional protection against contamination and handling.
How can I customize my package?
You can customize your package in various ways, such as choosing the material, graphic design, colors, and shape. You can also consider custom printing with the application of digital labels.