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Clondalkin creates stand-up pouch for Mentos

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By Jenny Eagle+

Last updated on 22-Dec-2016 at 10:58 GMT2016-12-22T10:58:42Z

The Clondalkin flexible packaging pouch for Mentos. Pic: Clondalkin.
The Clondalkin flexible packaging pouch for Mentos. Pic: Clondalkin.

Clondalkin Flexible Packaging Bury (formerly Chadwicks) has launched a range of stand up pouches to its flexible packaging product portfolio, including a design for Mentos.

Produced at the company's sister site in Grootegast in the Netherlands, the pouch is available in retortable, microwaveable and non-retortable for the food, beverage and dairy sectors. 

Chris Button, group sales manager for Flexibles, Clondalkin Flexible Packaging, said it is delighted to be able to offer stand up pouches to its UK customer base. 

More brands are turning to flexible packaging such as stand up pouches that offer sustainable, user friendly options as well as food protection and extended shelf life,” he said.

We're seeing growing demand for our retort pouches and pouches that feature modified atmosphere packaging technology (MAP), both of which offer extended product shelf life."

The pouches are available in different shapes and sizes and features, such as laser perforation for easy opening; mechanical reclose; Velcro zippers; grips for easy handling; and MAP technology for extended product shelf life.

Clondalkin Flexible Packaging Bury supplies flexible packaging and manufactures pre-cut lid and shrink sleeve packaging. As one of 11 production facilities operating across Europe and North America under Clondalkin Group’s Flexible Packaging Division, its range also includes printed laminates, stand up pouches, barrier films and printed bundlewrap.

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