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RPC Develops New Artemis Jar

RPC Containers Corby has developed a new Artemis jar designed for a packing dried, powdered and granulated products such as nuts, instant coffee and infant milk formula.

According to the company, the high barrier material of the jar protects products against moisture and oxygen, eliminating the need for the product to be bagged inside the container.

It has non-round neck feature, making use of Aptar's BAP 'Quantum' closure, providing product and shelf life longevity, while its light weight, recyclability and ambient shelf life offer sustainability benefits.

The design also has a wide area for decoration by printing, labeling or sleeving, to create unique appearance with space for graphics as well as product information, instructions and marketing messages.

Blow molded in a multilayer PP/EVOH/PP structure, the jar is suitable for both hot and cold filling, and complies with food contact legislation.

RPC Corby general manager Michael Stegeman said, "This is another example of how plastics can deliver a modern take on traditional pack formats, combining effective product protection with all the material's established practical, convenience and safety benefits."

Established in 1991, RPC is a rigid plastic packaging business based in the UK. The company has its presence in 11 countries. 

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RPC Develops New Artemis Jar for Dried Food Packaging