Philadelphia Moves to Ban Plastic Bags, Some Paper Bags

Wherever purchases are made and then taken home, there’s a high likelihood that the product winds up in a thin, plastic bag. People throughout the U.S. and the world widely use plastic bags to take home their groceries, leftover food, and other purchases. In fact, in 2018 the U.S. used about 4.2 million tons of …Read More

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Grab Life by the Slice with New Pizza Cartons by Inno-Pak

Looking for a pizza carton that delivers on your customers’ expectations? We’ve recently expanded our pizza carton selection to now include options for standard-sized pizzas, personal pizzas, and even single slices of pizza. Our new Lock Corner Pizza Boxes fit pizzas from 8” to 16”. The grease resistant barrier keeps your food safe whether it’s …Read More

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How to Use QR Codes to Promote Your Restaurant

The popularity of Quick Response, or QR, codes has risen and fallen. But in 2020, they made a huge resurgence. QR codes are popular. In fact, according to Statista, about 11 million households in the U.S. scanned a QR code in 2020. Similarly, Blue Bite, a company that helps brands turn their products into digital …Read More

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Introducing the All New 4″ x 4″ x 4″ Cookie Carton

Imagine mixing up a batch of cookies with bright and colorful candies in them. Those reds, yellows, greens, blues, and oranges are great at catching a customer’s eyes. They’re also great at keeping your customer’s attention, which is vital in a world full of choices. Then, imagine putting those bright and colorful cookies into a …Read More

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Restaurants Lead the Way. They Always Have.

Many comparisons between COVID-19’s economic fallout and the Great Depression are overdone, but there’s one we want to share. It’s a story of perseverance, and we believe it illustrates perfectly the power of the foodservice industry. If there was ever a worse time to open a restaurant than during COVID-19, it was the Great Depression. …Read More

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Our Commitment to Sustainability

At Inno-Pak, we’re committed to doing our part to protect the environment that provides us with food and the materials we need to package that food. We’ve expanded our recyclable and compostable food packaging for restaurants, grocery stores, and the distributors that serve them. Today, we have environmentally-friendly takeout cartons, plates, bowls, trays, hinged containers, …Read More

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How United Supermarkets Saved Time, Money, and Labor with Inno-Pak

Rotisserie Chicken Domes: Too Big, Too Expensive, Too Time Consuming United Supermarkets had concerns with its rotisserie chicken domes—storage, cost, and ease of use. They had to spread out several of their dome bases across the counter, place cooked chickens in the bases, put a lid on the domes, match the chicken to a sleeve …Read More

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Steam Pouches & Produce Bags Breathe Fresh Air into Your Produce

Nothing sells produce better than the produce itself, especially colorful and fresh produce. There’s just no substitute for the bright red of a ripe tomato, the rich purples of delicious plums, or the reds, greens, and yellows of an apple stand. Thus, it’s crucial to have produce packaging that puts your best food forward. At …Read More

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Affordable Alternatives to Polypropylene Containers

Are you finding it hard to get rigid, polypropylene food packaging lately? You’re not alone. The price of polypropylene continues to increase to unprecedented levels, and suppliers are struggling to keep up with demand. Polypropylene supplies getting more expensive. And it’s hard to get it even if you can afford it. But, as Plato said, …Read More

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Tamper-Evident Packaging: A Comprehensive Guide

Have you seen the latest viral craze? The one where people lick ice cream tubs or spit into bottled beverages and then put those items back on the shelf for other customers to buy? Food tampering has been around for centuries, but the advent of social media has turned many pranks into viral videos. But …Read More

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