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Pit is the clear choice for Agrolis’ peanuts

Pit is the clear choice for Agrolis’ peanuts
December 04
10:47 2015

Agrolis , the caramel products specialist, has selected for its popular caramelised peanuts the 095 transparent polypropylene pot from RPC Bebo Bouxwiller.

Based in St. Marguerite d’Elle in the heart of Normandy, France, Agrolis specialises in the manufacture of liquid caramel using traditional copper cauldrons. The peanuts are coated in the cauldrons, using the expert hands of each operator to create their distinctive flavour and texture.

The thermoformed 500g pot from RPC Bebo is perfect for the density of these dry and fragile products, combining light weight and easy handling for the consumer with effective protection of the contents.

Equally important, the excellent transparency of the pot allows the peanuts to be shown to their best advantage to maximise on-shelf appeal. The pots are further enhanced by offset printing on the lid seal for high-profile branding.

Established in the UK in 1991, RPC is today a €2bn global design and engineering company specialising in polymer conversion, with centres of excellence worldwide.

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