Monday, November 28, 2022

Kite’s food packaging picks

With most UK consumers back at their places of work post-covid, people are spending more time commuting and for many, food-to-go offers convenience whilst juggling commitments. As a food vendor, choosing suitable packaging is paramount as it can make or break the perception of your brand.

Kite Packaging has you covered, offering everything from cutlery, straws and cups to takeaway boxes, bowls, paper bags and more.

Our paper food bowls are ideal for both hot and cold foods. Their exterior is manufactured from strong, sustainable kraft paper while the PE-lined interior protects against moisture and grease. This maintains the integrity of the container and, alongside being microwavable, enhances the overall experience and convenience of ordering from your business.

If takeaway boxes are better suited to your needs, pick from our breathable, odorless hinged lid and clamshell varieties for the freshest possible impression on arrival. These are leak-resistant and greaseproof due to their water-based coating, granting optimum protection.

For takeaway drinks, consider our coffee cups which, in spite of their name, are suitable for both hot and cold beverages. Durable, double-walled and ergonomic in design, these cups aid safe and comfortable on-the-go consumption. Not to mention, they are made from virgin food grade materials, certifiably suitable for food and drink, ensuring optimal hygiene.

We offer a comprehensive range of eco-friendly wooden forks, knives, dessert spoons and teaspoons to complete any order. These are only as durable as is needed for single-use, aiding an accelerated composting process which returns natural components to the earth rather than landfill. Compact and lightweight, our cutlery promotes user satisfaction whilst enabling easy storage on the business end.

Kite Packaging is the one-stop shop for all your food packaging needs. To explore our full range, please visit www.kitepackaging.co.uk.

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