Pet Jar Development Targets Lightweight Hotfill Demands

A new development in polyethylene terephthalate petbased jar packaging offers a clear, lightweight and sustainable alternative for use with hotfill products, according to its manufacturer. graham packaging says that its new multilayer pet jar can be

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A new development in polyethylene terephthalate petbased jar packaging offers a clear, lightweight and sustainable alternative for use with hotfill products, according to its manufacturer. Graham packaging says that its new multilayer pet jar can be used in a variety of applications for the packaging of hotfill products such as pasta sauces, salsas and fruits in the place of glass.

The company had developed the packaging in a bid to meet processors demands for a lightweight jar that was also clear, unbreakable and offered a longer shelf life. Graham packaging claimed that the jars can be hotfilled between a temperature range of 195 and 205 degrees fahrenheit.

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