After buying U.K.-based Rapid Action Packaging (RAP) in January, ProAmpac has expanded RAP’s fresh-food-to-go packaging portfolio into North America.
Widely recyclable in paper streams, each product strives to remove avoidable plastics and use the least amount of materials possible, the company says in a news release.
“Already proven in the U.K. and EU markets, our sustainable extended shelf-life packaging products ensure consumers experience the same quality and freshness whether food is produced in-store or upstream,” says Adam Grose, chief commercial officer for ProAmpac.
RAP has produced cellulose-based packaging products for fresh prepared and ready-to-eat food-to-go for 24 years. The offerings include sandwich packs, trays, wraps, and soft wraps for standard flow wrap machines.
Cincinnati-based ProAmpac is owned by Pritzker Private Capital along with management and co-investors.