Luxe Pack Monaco Show Preview: Inspiration and Indulgence

With its stunning backdrop on the French Riviera, Luxe Pack Monaco—taking place October 23 to 25 at Monaco’s Grimaldi Forum—delivers a true luxury experience. Inside the spectacular glass convention center, attendees have access to the most innovative packaging available today from nearly 400 exhibitors, an increase of almost 30 compared to the number of exhibitors that participated in 2012. From creative bags, cartons and ribbons to the latest in bottle decoration and airless dispensing systems to the newest cutting edge materials, Luxe Pack Monaco is a packaging designers’ dream. The show’s guest of honor, Francis Kurkdjian, is one of the world’s most famous perfumers. He will lead the keynote at 2 p.m. on opening day. Kurkdjian exploded onto the fragrance scene at the age of 25 with his very first creation: le Mâle for Jean Paul Gaultier. Numerous high-profile, successful fragrances followed.

Going against the trend of perfume democratization, Kurkdjian was the first to open a bespoke fragrance atelier. He has also created gigantic olfactory installations in emblematic spaces, making people dream with his ephemeral and spectacular perfumed performances. To fete the 10-year anniversary of the French Armenian’s bespoke-perfumery, Kurkdjian concocted an amazing, limited-edition fragrance housed in sleek Saint-Louis crystal bottles (available for $11,000), and threw a lavish bash at Paris’ Grand Palais.

Kurkdjian’s keynote is one of 14 seminars during Luxe Pack that guests may tap into. To read the full schedule, find dates and times for the sessions, and preregister, visit www.luxepack.com.

Luxe Pack Monaco: Where to find the exhibitors

AARTS PLASTICS BV    RF2

AIROPACK    RC8

ALBÉA    DE7

ALLIED GLASS CONTAINERS    RA12

ALLIORA    RD8/RE5

ANHA    VA2BIS

API LAMINATES LTD.    AB3

APP    AB12

APPLIC’ETAINS    RA15

APTAR BEAUTY + HOME    DB8/DC7

ARCA SRL—PACKAGING SOLUTIONS    VA9

ARJOWIGGINS CREATIVE PAPERS    RF11

ARTHUS-BERTRAND    DA10

ARTORIA LIMOGES    E20

ATELIERS ELBA FRANCE (LES)    DF1

ATS    RA9

AUTAJON GROUPE    RB8

AWANTYS GROUP    VA5

AXILONE    RD8/RE5

BAKANLAR MEDYA   AB6bis

BARALAN INTERNATIONAL SPA    AB14

BECHEM    E11

BENARD    E9

BIOPLAN    RD8/RE5

BOEGLI LORENZ—ATELIER FUER SIEBDRUCK    VA19

BOMO TRENDLINE INNOVATIVE COSMETIC GMBH     RD14

BORMIOLI LUIGI SPA    RE8/RF7

BORMIOLI ROCCO—VERRERIES DE MASNIERES  RE4/RF3

BOTTLEMATE (TAIWAN) INC.    VA39

BOUGIE ET SENTEUR    DA11

BRUNI GLASS SPA    VA16

BÜHLER EMIL GMBH & CO. KG    VA1

C+N POLSKA SP Z.O.O.    RD10

CANDIANI G. SRL    DB4

CARBON DECOR    AB9

CARTONAGEM TRINDADE    AB31

CARTONDRUCK GMBH    RB16/RC17

CARTONES ONDULADOS ESPECIALES SA    VA12

CARTONNAGES GUILLAUMED    D4/DE5

CARTOPLAS    DF5

CARTOTECNICA GOLDPRINT SPA    DC15

CCI PRODUCTIONS PARFUMS ET COSMETIQUES  RC16

CELLUTEC SA    E22

CENTURYBOX    VA25

CER FOILS    RC13bis

CERVE SPA    RF6

CFC EUROPE GMBH—AN ITW COMPANY    DE3

CHIC        VA8

CHIMICOLOR DESIGN    E17

CLARIFOIL    E14

CLAS    DD1

CLONDALKIN GROUP    AA5

CLP PACKAGING    DD4/DE5

CM CARTOTECNICA MODERNA    E21

CODIPLAS    RC15

COFATECH    RC13

COFIMA    VA6

COMUNICANDO—SUNNYCOM PUBLISHING SRL  ENTREERAVE COSFIBEL PREMIUM—MANDALAY PRESTIGE—SOLVPACK EXCLUSIVE—GIFT ID    RB13

COSMETIQUEMAG, COSMETIQUE HEBDO  ENTREERAVE

COSMO PACKAGING SA        VA35

COSMOGEN    RE10/RF9

COSMOGRAFICA ALBERTINI FRANCE SARL    DD3

COSTAMAGNA SPECIAL GLASS    SRL       

COSTET DECORATION SAS    RA8

COVERPLA    DC6

COVIT    DC10

CROMWELL LEATHER GROUP    AA10

CROPPER (JAMES) SPECIALIY PAPERS    DB9

CSI COTON BIO EQUITABLE   E12

CTL TH PACKAGING    DC11

DAHLINGER CH. GMBH & CO. KG    VA15

DB TECHNIQUE SAS    DA1

DEKORGLASS DZIALDOWO SA    DA8

DELTA COMPOSANTS    AB21

DERPROSA FILM    E2

DEUX PONTS MANUFACTURE D’HISTOIRES    VA37

DIETER BAKIC ENTERPRISES GMBH    RE9

DIMONTONATE FLOCCATI SPA    RF10

DIRECT SOURCE PACKAGING    DC12

DMT EMEA    RB4

DO INTERNATIONAL SAS—DAPY    DG14

DONGGUAN CITY JINGLI CAN CO., LTD    E10

DORO    DF5

DRAEGER GROUPE GPP    DC17

DREYER KLICHE/FOILCO LTD    AA12

DRUK MARKUSZEWSCY SP. Z.O.O.    RF12

DS SMITH PACKAGING    RD13

DUHAMEL LOGISTIQUE    AB17

DUPONT AGENCIES    RC20

DUPONT COSMETIC SOLUTIONS    RD1

EDELMANN GROU¨P    DF2/DG1

EGISA    RB5

ELCOS CO. LTD.    RC2

ELIE BLEU      DG4

EMBALLAGES MAGAZINE, ENTREERAVE, EMIRATES PRINTING PRESS—DUBAI    RE7

ENSAAMA—ECOLE NATIONALE SUPERIEURE DES ARTS APPLIQUES ET DES METIERS D’ART ENTREERAVE EOS AB13

ETNA-PACK    DE4

EURO PACKAGING LUXURY DIVISION    DA9

EUROBOX    RA10

EUROTEXTILE    E1

EUROVETROCAP    AB6

EUSCHER GMBH & CO. KG    RE3

FABREGAS PACKAGING    RA14

FACA EXPORT SL    RC7

FAVINI    VA13

FEDERICO FERRER SLU    RB12

FEDRIGONI    VA2

FERRA    DG5

FIFIELD FABRICS    E13

FIORINI INTERNATIONAL    RC12

FLACOPHARM    RC5

FONTANA GRAFICA SRL    DA2/DB1

FORMES DE LUXE    ENTREERAVE

FUSION PACKAGING    RF4

G.BOX SRL    AB7

GAINERIE 91    DC5

GAINERIE MODERNE SA    VA35

GEKA GMBH  RE    2/RF1

GERRESHEIMER AG    RC9

GLASS VALLEE (LA)    DG3

GMUND, BÜTTENPAPIERFABRIK    DC23

GPK    DB10

GPS SPA    AB2

GRAFISCHE GROEP MATTHYS/INLINE COLD FOIL SPECIALIST GROUPE KERDAINO    DB12

GRUPPO CORDENONS SPA    E41

GSM CRYSTAL EMOTION    VA41

GT TRENDHOUSE 42 GMBH    DB15

GUALA CLOSURES GROUP    AA17

H+M FRANCE    DB11

HCP PACKAGING FRANCE    RA22

HCT GROUP    RA13

HEINZ GLAS      RA24/RB21

HERMANN KOCH    DD2/DE1

HERTUS    DG2

HLP KLEARFOLD    E16

HOFFMANN NEOPAC AG    DF4

I.Z.T    E33

ICMA    DA5

IDP GROUP    DB13

IGGESUND PAPERBOARD    DF3

ILEOS    RD8/RE5

INCA    RE14

INDUPLAST SPA    DB5

INDUSTRIALBOX SRL US    DA3

INTEGRATED ALUMINIUM COMPONENTS LTD    AB11

INTERESTING SOURCING    RA18

IPACK    RC10

ITALESSE    E6

ITW VENETA    DE3

JACKEL—LF BEAUTY    RD16

JANVIER SAS    DB2

JEAN BAL TEHRMOFORMAGE    VA11

JUNG DESIGN    DC1

KARLA RENE INNOVATIONS    DD2/DE1

KEENPAC    RF8

KLOCKE GROUP    DB19

KNOLL PRESTIGE PACKAGING    DC4

KORSNÄS AB    DC14

KREKELBERG    AB1

KREPEL CASSETTES    AA7

KURZ    DB11

LA FACTORY    RB6

LABORATOIRE PROVAL—BIONAT    AB23

L’AGENCE DAEDALUS    DD2bis

LC TRADE/UNIVACCO    E4

LCE SA    RC4

LECA GRAPHICS    E28

LECUYER RUBANS    E8

LEO LUXE    VA29

LIVCER    RE12

LOUVRETTE GMBH DESIGN & PACKAGING    RE16

LUCRIN SA    AB27

LUMSON    DA7

LUXPACK/DDC    VA33

MANIFATTURA DEL SEVESO    RC20

MARS PUBLICATION    AB25

MASSILLY    DF6

MATTHIEU MERCIER DESIGN STUDIO SAS    DB7

MBF PLASTIQUES SAS    DC19

MC LINE DELUXE PACKAGING    E25

MEGA AIRLESS DISPENSERS    RC14

MERCK    RB19

METAPACK    VA23

METSA BOARD    RC3

MMB MAQUETTES ET MODELES DE LA BRESLE    RF13

MODEL KRAMP GMBH    RD18

MOLPACK SL    RA20

MR CARTONNAGE NUMERIQUE    AA6

MW CREATIVE    VA3

MWV BEAUTY AND PERSONAL CARE    RD9

NEENAH PAPER    E18

NEYRET RUBANS    VA21

NINGBO RAINBOW INTERNATIONAL    AA11

NORLINE    VA4

NORTIER EMBALLAGES    RD3

NOUVEL STUDIO    AA23

OBJETS DE CONVOITISES    DG20bis

OEKABEAUTY    DD2/DE1

ORIOL FONTANEL    DE2

OSKAR KARLA    VA31

P&B GROUP    AB4

PACIFICGLAS

PACKETIS    RD8/RE5

PAK 2000    RE1

PAPILLON RIBBON & BOW    RF14

PARCOME    E7

PEPTIMIST CO. LTD    VA10

PIBIPLAST SPA    RD11

PINARD EMBALLAGES    RC11

PIRAMAL GLASS LTD    RC24

PIVAUDRAN G.    DE12

POCHET DU COURVAL    DG12

POLITECH    RB7

PRAD    E37

PREMI S.P.A.    RB17

PRESTIGE PACKAGING INDUSTRIES    DG8/DG10

PRIMAL    E24

PRINTMODEL    E35

PRINTPARK OFSET VE AMBALAJ LTD.    RA7

PROCOS EXCLUSIVE PACKAGING    DC3

PROMENS    RB9

PROOFTAG    DC8

PRP CREATION    RA4

PUIGDEMONT ROCA SL    VA8bis

PUJOLASOS WOOD PACKAGING    RD4

PULVOREX    RB1

PUSTERLA 1880 SPA    DC2

PVL BEAUTE    RC6

QUADPACK GROUP    RB14

QUALIPAC    DG5

RAMON CLEMENTE SA    RA11

RAPHAËL MAKE-UP BRUSHES/MAX SAUER    DB17

RATHGEBER GMBH & CO. KG    AA1

REBHAN FPS KUNSTSTOFF VERPACKUNGEN GMBH  AA21

REYNDERS ETIQUETTES COSMETIQUES    AA9

RISSMANN GMBH    DB3

RIVERPACK    RD7

ROLLING OPTICS AB    VA15bis

RPC BEAUTE    RD6

RR PLASTIQUES—GROUPE MEDICOS    RE11

RUSI COSMETIC GMBH & CO. KG    RA17

SACO LTD    AA4

SAF    RC1

SALAMANDER BONDED LEATHER GMBH & CO. KG   AB19

SAMHWA PLASTIC CO. LTD./COLLCAP PACKAGING LTD.    RA2

SAPRONIT PROCESS    E39

SAVERGLASS    DC21

SCATOLIFICIO CARTOTECNICA GIORGI SRL    E3

SCHEKOLIN AG    AB29

SEAMAN PAPER ASIA CO. LTD    VA7

SECURIKETT ULRICH & HORN GMBH    AB10

SEGEDE INDUSTRIE    DD5

SEIDEL GMBH + CO. KG    DG16

SEJAC 

SELECTIVE LINE—VERALLIA    RD12

SERAM    RB15

SERDIPLAST COSMETIQUE    RA19

SERILABEL DI FACCHINETTI SRL    DG6

SERMAR SRL PACKAGING DI PRESTIGIO    VA45

SGD    RD5

SIGNASCRIPT    AA11

SIMP INJECTION    RA6

SIN REJAC    DC3

SINCOPLAS SAS    RB2

SINWA CORPORATION    RE13/RF15

SLEEVER INTERNATIONAL    RF16

SMURFIT KAPPA    RA16

SOBODEC FRANCE    AA3

SOCIETE DE MARQUAGE INDUSTRIEL    VA47

SOLEV—GROUPE POCHET    DG7

SOLUTIA ITALIA SRL UNIPERSONALE    AA15

SONDEREGGER AG    E15

SOVERPLAST    RA1

SPINNLER CARTONNAGES    DB6

STARLITE HOLDINGS LTD.    VA14

STÖLZLE GLASS GROUP    AB5

STORA ENSO RENEWABLE PACKAGING    RC18

STRIBBONS INC.    VA20

STUDIO PI DESIGN    AA2

SUD GRAPHIC    E27

SYLVIE DE FRANCE DESIGNER    DC16

SYNEO GROUPE SUPRATEC    E29

SYNT3 SPA    E5

TABA COSMETIC PACKAGING    AB7

TABLE & CADEAU    ENTREERAVE

TAKEO CO. LTD.    E26

TECHNEW SA    DA4

TECHNICAPS LUXURY CLOSURES    RB9

TECHNIPLAST    E31

TESEM    DG18

TEXEN: CEICA INDUSTRIE/CMSI/MAYET/ROSE/CCM/CEICA PLASTICOS DE MEXICO    RB10

TEXIDO SA    E23

TEXTURES/SAVEURS    VA33bis

TOLY   RE    13/RF15

TOPLINE PRODUCTS PRIMAPACK    RB3

TOSCARA    VA4bis

TUBEX HOLDING GMBH    AB5

TULLIS RUSSELL    VA3bis

UNI PRESIDENT GLASS INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD    RA5

U-NICA SOLUTIONS AG    AA19

UNISTO SA    DA6

VACUMETAL BV    RA3

VERPACK (GROUPE)    DD4/DE5

VETIVER    RD2

VETRERIE RIUNITE SPA    VA17

VETROELITE SPA    AA8

VETRONAVIGLIO    RE6/RF5

VIC BOX BARCELONA    VA43

VIROJANGLOR    VA27

VITRO    AB15

VIVA HEALTHCARE PACKAGING    AB8

VPI    RC9

VRIJDAG PREMIUM PRINTING    AB33

WAUTERS ET FILS    DG20

WEBPACKAGING    ENTREERAVE

WICKELS PAPIERVEREDELUNGS-WERKE    DB15

WINTER & COMPANY    DA2/DB1

WIT WINE IN TUBE—DIT DRINK IN TUBE    AA17

WOERNER + CIE GMBH    E18

ZFOAM    VA18

ZIGNAGO GROUP    DC13

ZUBER RIEDER    DE10

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Berlin Packaging Sets New Company Record at 2013 NACD Packaging Awards

Berlin Packaging, a leading full-service supplier of plastic, glass, and metal containers and closures, today announced it was one of the most honored packaging companies at the 2013 NACD Packaging Awards ceremony, held April 19 in Austin, Texas.

The NACD Packaging Awards is a national competition recognizing the most innovative packaging released during the previous year. Three winners are selected (gold, silver and bronze) in each of nine categories. Setting a new Berlin Packaging record, the company received three Gold, three Silver and three Bronze awards in six of nine categories, including:

Rich & Rare Reserve (Gold, Beverage), produced by Sazerac, features a custom package that enhances the fastest-growing U.S.-bottled Canadian whisky product. The bottle features an upscale scalloped neck and wheat embossing, befitting its upper-shelf status. Its striking gold overcap and embossed bottle with hot stamped detail and registration were once unachievable on glass containers. The label is also double-sided for a richer look.

Amplifi (Gold, General Industrial) is a custom HDPE package designed for Briggs & Stratton’s hose powering system. The innovative package is able to snap onto a spray gun, dispense concentrated cleaning solution, and detach after use for recapping. As a result, users benefit form a cleaning solution that doesn’t have to be measured, premixed or poured into a separate reservoir, simplifying the process of pressure-washing garden furniture, patios and other outside amenities.

Wet & Forget Shower (Gold, Household Chemical & Automotive) uses another custom-designed package, which allows users to apply Wet & Forget’s once-a-week no-scrub shower spray more efficiently. It delivers more product than other cleaners, reaches high spots without difficult lifting, and even sprays upside down. Berlin’s Studio One Eleven design division created a two-handed bottle so consumers can hold the bottle with one hand and spray with the other. A synthetic label is laminated to withstand the wet shower environment.

Ultra Eliminex (Silver, Drug & Pharmaceutical) achieved its goal of instilling a premium, differentiated look on store shelves. A product of BNG Enterprises, the metalized HDPE plastic was a breakthrough in that it created the dramatic look of aluminum while still meeting multiple production requirements.

Honey Badger BBQ Sauce (Silver, Food) is inspired by the famous “Randall’s Honey Badger” YouTube video seen over 59 million times. Because the company’s original design could not have been blow-molded or run down the customer’s filling line, Berlin’s design team modified certain aspects of the character without compromising their prominence. The finished package bursts with details that celebrate the “in your face” character of Honey Badger.

Bionik Plant Growth Regulator (Silver, General Industrial), a bold design for a breakthrough product by Valent BioSciences, features a custom-colored HD Ribbed Round bottle that diminishes paneling caused by the product’s gas-producing properties. The closure’s 45mm size and deep skirt allow it to act as a dispensing cup, while its induction seal includes a knife-like protrusion to facilitate puncturing of the foil inner seal.

Cutex Nail Polish Remover (Bronze, Cosmetic & Personal Care) is a revival of the venerable Cutex nail care product line. Cutex Brands wished to differentiate and elevate its product from the competition without confusing loyal customers. Berlin retained the basic Cutex bottle silhouette while increasing the package height in order to stand out on the shelf. Other strategic changes included a modernized Cutex logo, a reverse-tapered closure, and a lighter pastel color palette that spans and differentiates the line’s five formula varieties.

Metaboliq Boost (Bronze, Drug & Pharmaceutical) is a redesign of a package that was underperforming aesthetically in a highly competitive category. The weight management product from Qivana LLC was given a polished tin container with an embossed “Q” on the lid to reinforce the company and product logos, along with color-coded top label bands for different SKUs in the line.

Rejuvenate (Bronze, Household Chemical & Automotive), a custom package designed for For Life Products, scales from 16 to 32 oz to provide a uniform look across all 21 SKUs in the Rejuvenate family. The package features an off-center neck for an even pour as well as interchangeable Ratchet and Standard neck finishes to handle disparate closure needs.

“2013 is off to a great start for Berlin, and having our creative work honored by this prestigious packaging competition certainly adds to our momentum,” said Andrew T. Berlin, chairman and CEO of Berlin Packaging. “More important than this recognition, however, is that these nine winners point to the excellence our company achieves in creating designs that succeed in the marketplace. Our goal every day is to bring forth solutions that appeal to consumers while elevating the reputation of our clients.”

About Berlin Packaging
Berlin Packaging is North America’s premier Hybrid Packaging Supplier of plastic, glass, and metal containers and closures. With over 33,000 available SKUs, over 120 packaging consultants, and more than 90 sales and warehouse locations across North America, the company has the right products, expertise, and geographic proximity to help customers increase their net income through packaging products and services. Berlin Packaging supplies billions of containers and closures annually as well as warehousing and logistics services for customers of all sizes in all industries. It is the only company in its sector to be ISO 9001 certified, to have Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) certification, and to achieve 99% on-time delivery of its shipments every month for more than eight years. Related services and specialty product divisions include Studio One Eleven custom packaging and graphic design, Berlin Global sourcing solutions, E3 profit-oriented consulting, Berlin Financial financing for equipment and capital improvements, Dangerous Goods transport, Freund Container & Supply convenience, and Qorpak laboratory supplies.

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Goya Foods redesigns marinades line from glass to PET packaging






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Goya PETOld packaging in glass at left and new PET packaging to the right.Goya Foods Inc., based in Secaucus, N.J., the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the U.S. and a leader in Latin American food and condiments industries, has undertaken a major redesign of its marinade product line, converting 12-oz (355-mL) and 24.5-oz (725-mL) products from glass to lightweight polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles from Amcor Rigid Plastics.

 

Amcor’s Latin America custom designed hot-fill containers, which also feature a newly designed shrink wrap label, boast a highly attractive, iconic shape. The vibrant design was developed to promote a clean look that is both modern and elegant. The hot-fill bottle delivers significant performance and cost advantages including portability, reduced breakage, and light weight, along with sustainability benefits such as recyclability, reduced transportation costs, and a significantly reduced carbon footprint.

 

With the new PET bottle design, Goya also offers consumers more marinade product by moving from a 705-mL glass container to the 725-mL PET bottle. Consumers are drawn to the attractive and lightweight features of the PET bottles which are easier to grip compared to traditional glass containers. The marinade containers also further extend Amcor’s growing penetration in the food industry.

 

The use of PET in the 24.5-oz container results in a reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of 61.4 percent compared to glass, representing savings equivalent to annual GHG emissions from 313 passenger vehicles, according to Amcor.

 

In addition, the PET bottles permit 52 percent more product to be shipped per truckload.

“In the end, lightweight PET not only delivered a major savings in terms of freight cost but also gave us the glass-like appearance and the shelf appeal to maintain our brand image,” explains Joseph Perez, senior vice president of Goya Foods.

 

Meanwhile, both PET bottles are the first to feature Amcor’s new Origami hot-fill technology which incorporates six flat panels to counteract vacuum that occurs in hot-filled containers. The vacuum panels are designed to collapse to compensate for shrinkage during cooling to maintain structural strength and integrity. The flat surfaces create a modern, elegant profile which enhances gripping and consumer handling. A predominant neck adds to the bottles’ uniqueness and improves pourability.

 

Both the 12-oz and 24.5-oz PET bottles are custom designed for both ambient fill (up to 140°F) and hot fill (up to 185°F) applications. They have a 38mm finish and are seamlessly integrated into existing glass filling lines with minimal adjustment, according to Perez. The marinade products, available in three varieties including Chipotle, Mojo, and Naranja Agria, are sold in supermarkets and club stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the Dominican Republic.

 

Goya Foods also plans to replace glass with PET in an existing 12-oz juice beverage line. The conversion to hot-fill PET is expected by the summer, according to Perez.

Amcor offers 16- and 32-oz hot fill family size decanters and 12-oz, 38-mm ring neck style and 24-oz 63mm wide-mouth hot fill stock bottles for the food market. The company continues to focus on the development of new product offerings to meet the hot fill needs of food manufacturers.

 

For further information, please contact Mercedes Candedo, diversified products manager for ARP South & Central America, phone 954-499-4819, email Mercedes.Candedo@amcor.com

 

Source: Amcor Rigid Plastics

 

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Canisters for the Kitchen – A good way to add storage and fashion to your kitchen counters

Canisters for the Kitchen – A good way to add storage and fashion to your kitchen counters

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Century Ultrapack Supplies Disposable Food Packaging Material at Very Competitive Price

Century Ultrapack Supplies Disposable Food Packaging Material at Very Competitive Price

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Insider Secrets Of Candle Making Equipment

Insider Secrets Of Candle Making Equipment

Candles are mystical flickering things, which can uplift anyone’s mood, but certain candle making equipment is needed to make them. Without the proper equipment making a good candle would be impossible. So let’s look at what candle making equipment is needed, and how it should be set up so it help you easily make a candle.

There is always a chance of fire when working with wax, especially if it gets too hot. So make sure that you have a fire extinguisher in the nearby vicinity as part of your candle making equipment. If a fire occurs you can quickly put it out this way.

A double boiler is the preferred method for melting most of the waxes. Now you can combine two pots you already have for this. It is better for melting the wax because it melts without getting too hot.

Have a metal spoon or spatula for stirring the wax. You will have to mix in the scents or colors. Metal is the best material for stirring because plastic or wood utensils would pick up the color and/scents. Eventually they could transfer the residues into the wax.

You will also have to decide whether you are using glass jars, glass containers, or molds to form you candles. There are so many sizes and shapes of the glass jars and containers not to mention the numerous molds that are available to choose from. Of course with the glassware the candles are no unmolded like the molds.

Have a good thermometer to make sure the wax gets to the right temp. Any wax needs to get at the right temp to make a good candle. You can buy a special candle wax thermometer or a food thermometer would work too.

Now set up your kitchen work area to conveniently make your candles. Lay out an area for melting by the stove. This can also be your prep area too. Then you need a pouring area for easy cooling make this you cooling area too. This way you will not have to move hot containers or molds. Make sure this is an area where they will be left alone and are out of the sun.

You will then need an area to unmold your molded candles. Make sure this can handle the scraps of wax that may occur. You should also have room to sit your finished projects.

If you are giving the candles for gifts you may need a place to box and wrap them up too. Many candles are given away each year.

Then you need a cleanup area to clean your molds and other candle making equipment before you store them. This makes sure they are ready for the next time you need them. You will just be able to pull them out and use them.

When you have the right candle making equipment, candle making is very rewarding. You can even start a home business and make yourself some money. You can also wow your friends and family with unique presents throughout the years.

Peggy Devereaux is an expert candle maker.  For more great information about
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Plastic Cosmetic Jars

Plastic Cosmetic Jars

Now adays Cosmetics are used worldwide as a substance to enhance the appearance or odor of the human body. Most of the people are interested in the packing of all cosmetics. For this purpose many packaging containers are used and one of the most popular is plastic cosmetic jars. plastic cosmetic jars are items made of plastic which has no handle and an opening which is greater than 50% of the diameter of the container. . If you are the professional makeup or cosmetic manufacturer or the home hobbyist you can have any type of the plastic cosmetic jars for your cosmetic. From glass and plastic containers for liquid makeup to powders, you are confident to find what you need.

You can have large preference of cosmetic packaging including a huge variety of sizes and designs of cream jars, lotion bottles and more. Personal care products command a specific modification of packaging and you can find an extensive selection of superior quality cosmetic packaging. Cosmetics can become spoiled or scratched when not stored correctly and creams can often dry up. This will never again be a problem with an appropriate packaging and finishing selection. There are different attractive and product-suitable options in a wide selection of plastic cosmetic jars. Different selection of closure options and assorted items to ensure you have everything you need for the ideal storage and packaging solution.
Sterilizing plastic cosmetic jars

Cosmetic package is the responsibility of the cosmetic care professional. The cosmetic products require a high-quality packaging. The packaging should resist the harmful chemicals. The designs of the cosmetic packages also changes with time to meet the demands of the customers. A great deal of innovation in plastic cosmetic jars is required by the cosmetic manufacturers. The usage of color is considered to be very important in cosmetics packaging. The colors used in the package act in response to the lights and the surface.
Plastic cosmetic jars are recyclable

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Go Green And Use High-Quality Plastic Containers

Go Green And Use High-Quality Plastic Containers

We have gotten far better at recycling and reusing products in an effort to save our planet. But, let’s face it, there are some things, such as plastic wrap, resealable bags and even aluminum foil, that are almost impossible to reuse. Most towns want clean aluminum foil, which means ninety percent of the foil used in most households cannot be recycled. All those bags and cling wrap go into the trash and clog our landfills.

More recently, companies have been developing so-called reusable, disposable plastic containers. They have that little “recyclable” symbol on them, but very few facilities are set up to recycle No. 5 plastics. So where do they end up? In landfills. That little number on the triangle included in most plastic products is a clear indication whether a product can be recycled or not. Yes, No. 5 plastics are considered recyclable, but most municipal recycling programs only accept No. 1 and No. 2 products.

Here’s another thing to consider: While we’re all being good samaritans by recycling everything under the sun, the market for recyclables is nearly saturated. Instead of being recycled, municipalities are stock-pilings tons of plastic and glass bottles and containers waiting for the day when someone will actually want them. In the end, the result is the same: a landfill stuffed with glass and plastic.

What’s the answer, then? Buy something you don’t have to throw away after just a few uses. The best way to go green with your food storage is to use high-quality food storage containers that will last for years. It’s the way we used to store food before convenience overtook common sense. Long-lasting plastic containers got their start back in the 1945 when Earl Tupper recognized that the invention of a new plastic, Polyethylene, could mean the start of something big. He started producing plastic bathroom cups in a variety of colors and then introduced the lidded bowl. Much innovation has happened over the years, with more and more variety and versatility now included in today’s container selection. You name it, you can find a container that can store it—and store it much longer than older containers. Many companies have come up with their own lines of plastic containers to compete with the famous Tupperware, which even after more than 60 years continues to be the industry standard.

Most recently came the advent of the disposable container. Thankfully, eco-friendly awareness is bringing back some common sense and more and more people are recognizing not only the economic benefits of buying good food containers, but also the environmental ones.

In fact, one major university is urging its students to use reusable food containers and ditch the disposable ones that have become quite popular among the dorm-living set. More glass containers are popping up, but many moms worry about breaking glass. You’re not going to send a five-year-old with a glass container filled with carrot sticks to class. The most environmentally friendly and safe alternative is plastic storage containers.

Jamison & Krista Alexander are the owners of http://www.keepmyfoodfresh.com and they promote great quality food storage containers.

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Ideas for countertop displays

Ideas for countertop displays

Countertop exhibits are staples in numerous retail circumstances. For concerns like widget shops, grocery shops, and even some restaurants, countertop displays often comprise of rolled and unwrapped wholesale candies bought in mass at low costs.


If you project to stock and exhibit your exposed candies applying a countertop display, there are two tools you should grow familiar with: gumball machines and food grade plastic containers. You don’t have to use gumball machines rigorously for gumballs; these machines can accommodate an assortment of small, exposed candies. Food grade plastic containers occur in a diversity of figures and dimensions.


Thoughts for Countertop Displays of Bulk Sealed wholesale Candies:  When it comes to producing countertop shows of bulk covered candies, orthodox acrylic and plastic containers are very long-lasting and glass candy jars add an elegant influence to your show.


Countertop Space: The number and dimension of the candy containers you use reckons on how much countertop place you get to work with. Minute versions of widget store racks, or c-store racks, support you get the most of the place you get and let in even to a greater extent candies in your display.


Store Traffic: If your store is quite occupied, plastic or acrylic containers will work best. Store Theme: You can get acrylic and plastic containers in a range of patterns and colors to add pizzazz to your countertop subject! If your shop has a more softened atmosphere, glass containers are a fashionable solution for holding and exposing your bulk wrapped candies.


You can obtain containers with hats if you desire to help protect the candy from stealing or if you like the visual attraction numerous candy bins with lids offer, but as these candies are wrapped, the hats aren’t essential as far as security from pollution is involved.


Purchasing Wholesale Candy Assists You Redeem Money. Aside from assisting you craft appealing countertop presentations and having sure your Shop is always furnished with your consuemrs favorite particulars, Bargaining mass wholesale candles at low prices helps you redeem money. Wholesale monetary values are less costly than retail monetary values, and when you buy in bulge your obtaining to a greater extent candy than you would if you spent the identical sum of money on candy set at retail prices

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Get Plastics Out of the Kitchen

Get Plastics Out of the Kitchen

All our kitchens are full of plastics. From plastic utensils, plastic plates, plastic cups, plastic containers, plastic wrap and more, they have become an indispensible part of our life. Even our appliances have many plastic parts.

Every bit of these plastics are made with chemicals, and these chemicals are leaching out into our food and into our drinks. These chemicals are winding up in our bodies where they accumulated and are implicated in many of our modern health problems. These chemicals are also being detected in our unborn children.

Two of the worst offenders as far as chemicals found in plastics are PVC (polyvinyl chloride). The PVC pipes that carry your water are an example of this hard type plastic. Phthalates are chemicals that are added to the PVC to make it soft and pliable. These phthalates are the most common toxic substance found in the body.

Also commonly found lurking in our kitchens is a chemical called bisphenol-A, which is found in hard plastics such as baby bottles, drinking water bottles, and our ever popular storage containers. bisphenol-A or BPA is one of the top 50 chemicals produced today. It is found everywhere!

Here are some tips on how to reduce your exposure to the toxic chemicals found in plastics.
1. Foods should never be heated in plastic container. Even though they are labeled “microwave safe”.

2. Eliminate of severely reduce the amount of plastic wrap that you use. Most of these products contain phthalates.

3. Any container that has the “3” in the recycling triangle on the bottom should be eliminated from your kitchen.

4. Switch to glass or stainless steel drinking containers instead of plastic.

5. Avoid the use of paper plates, plastic silverware and plastic cups.

6. Avoid plastic cooking utensils. Use metal instead. You shouldn’t be using Teflon coated cookware, so the scratching issue is non arguable!

7. Use glass containers to store food, especially acidic foods.

8. Never wash plastics in a dishwasher or use harsh detergents on the plastic. Hand wash only.

In 3005, the European Union put a ban on using chemicals such as phthalates and others, in children’s toys. One of the commissioners of this Union, was quoted as saying “Toxic chemicals have no place in children’s toys”. So why in the world do we still allow these toxic plastics in our kitchens, food containers and drink containers?

In the United States, the City of San Francisco is attempting to ban bisphenol-A and some phthalates. A lawsuit is delaying the implementation of this ban. Even if this ban is put into law, more than city-wide bans are needed. It must be a global issue.

On the other hand, why do we need to wait until our governments wade through the red tape to get these toxic chemicals out of our lives? We can take measures ourselves to make our kitchens and homes plastic free.

It will only take a little effort on our part and a little thought to have a healthier, safer home.

Beverly Saltonstall is an Internet writer and lecturer who cares deeply about the environment.  Get a free pollution report at http://pollutionwebsite.com/freereport

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