Round Containers

Round containers are the quintessential presentation of canned vegetables, semi-canned meat and fish, spices or pre-cooked foods.

Tubs and Jars

All our tubs and round jars offer us a wide range of uses for all types of food and processes. They offer us multiple uses with manual closures ideal for canning and pre-cooked or heat-sealable to ensure a hermetic closure of the freshest foods.

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)?
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?
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) ♸, along with others composed of composite materials in multiple layers ♹.
Recycled Material - Do the containers contain recycled material?
Yes, some of our containers contain recycled material. We strive to incorporate recycled material into our manufacturing processes to reduce the consumption of natural resources and promote material reuse.
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.
Can I use different containers with a single heat sealer?
Yes, some heat sealers are designed to be versatile and can be used with different types and sizes of containers. However, it is important to check the specifications of the heat sealer and ensure compatibility with the containers you plan to use. Additionally, you may need adjustments or additional accessories to adapt the heat sealer to different types of containers.
How can I customize my container?
You can customize your container in various ways, such as choosing the material, graphic design, colors, and shape. You can also consider custom printing using digital labels.