RPC Bebo provides barrier pots to Croc’Frais

 Breaking News
  • 2 Sisters and Standards in Poultry Processing Report Published The Environment, Foods and Rural Affairs Committee in the UK has published its report into 2 Sisters Food Group and Standards in Poultry Processing. The Committee launched an inquiry into 2 Sisters and poultry standards following the undercover footage released by The Guardian and ITN. The evidence sessions looked at the issues raised at the 2 [...]...
  • ADM Wins ‘Most Innovative Food Ingredient’ at Gulfood Excellence Awards Archer Daniels Midland Company has been awarded ‘most innovative food ingredient’ for its natural sweetening solution, Fruit Up® Fiber, at this year’s Gulfood Manufacturing Industry Excellence Awards. The awards recognize best practices and innovation within the food manufacturing industry value chain. Entries were judged on the additional value the innovations brought to developers, as well as [...]...
  • Bayn Europe Enters China Sugar Reduction Market Bayn Europe has signed a strategic framework agreement with Kong Wua Group in China, outlining the establishment of a R&D center for sugar reduction and production of sugar replacer solutions. Through the agreement, Bayn and Kong Wua will bring sugar replacer solution to the market to help tackle the sugar over-consumption social problems. “It is important [...]...
  • It’s Time to End Food Waste – White Paper Among the most interesting topics in the publication ‘It’s time to end food waste’ is a closer look at the psychology of food waste by Nina Waldhauer at the University of Wageningen. Waldhauer explains how “(…) the food sector business can create opportunities for reducing consumer-related food waste. It can be done in ways that acknowledge consumer´s goal [...]...
  • Orkla Sells K-Salat to Stryhns Orkla Foods Danmark has agreed to sell its K-Salat business to Stryhns, which is part of the Norwegian Agra group. The purpose of the sale is to concentrate Orkla’s activities on fewer categories. K-Salat has a product portfolio of salad spreads, mayonnaise, remoulade, dressings and potato salads in Denmark. Under the agreement, Stryhns will take over [...]...

RPC Bebo provides barrier pots to Croc’Frais

August 08
15:15 2016

rpc110816France’s market-leader in fresh olives, Croc’Frais, has selected multilayer barrier pots from RPC Bebo for its extensive product range.

Produced at RPC Bebo’s facility in Deventer, the Netherlands, Croc’Frais will use the 250ml pots to pack its extensive range of products.

Developed with clear polypropylene, the thermoformed pots are designed to make the olives more visible on shelves.

A barrier layer of ethylene vinyl alcohol (EVOH) has been used in the pots to protect the product from oxygen ingress and increase its shelf life.

The lightweight and easy-open lids have also made the pots easy to use.

Croc’Frais is currently labelling the pots, which contain different recipes, and could be customised with pack and lid printing by RPC Bebo in future.

Established in 1998, Croc’Frais is a subsidiary of Mediterranean product specialist Olives & Co, which also owns Mille et un Sud, Maison Raymond, Le Marmiton and Marie Amelie.

RPC Bebo manufactures thermoformed packaging for margarines, spreads, fresh and frozen foods, coffee capsules, vending cups and dairy products.

The company has seven manufacturing sites in Germany, France, England, Poland and the Netherlands, as well as a sales office in France and a distribution centre in Germany.

In May, Spain’s seafood producers Angulas Aguinaga launched a new range of microwavable mussel dishes packed in plastic trays provided by RPC Bebo Food Packaging.

About Author



Related Articles

Food & Drink Business Conference & Exhibition 2016

Upcoming Events

  • November 28, 2017Fi Europe
  • December 4, 2017Plastics and Paper in Contact with Foodstuffs 2017
  • January 8, 2018RAI Exhibition
  • January 16, 2018Sival Plant Production Trade Show
AEC v1.0.4

Jobs: Food Packaging

find food jobs

The Magazine

F&D Business Preferred Suppliers

New Subscriber

Subscribe Here