All the cardboard produce trays we stock are stackable and have hand holes, making them very easy to move around.
Our trays are very popular with bakeries, but they can also be used for fresh produce. These types of cardboard trays are designed for the use of lightweight food items like bread, pastries and cakes.
Here is the clever part, most cardboard boxes use virgin Kraft paper on the outside and use recycled paper (test liner) on the inside. Test paper is more contaminated in nature, due to the recycled fibres used to make the board. By using the Kraft on the inside our cardboard food trays are food grade. The Kraft liner also offers better grease resistance, so a sheet of greaseproof paper is not required.
All the cardboard trays are supplied flat, they have semi cut handle holes and the top of the trays fold over onto itself making a flat surface for another tray to be placed on top. There is a lip on each side to stop the trays from sliding off.
What are die cut cardboard produce trays and how can they help my operation?
Die-cut trays are manufactured using a specialist cutter that stamps out the flat size and shape onto the cardboard sheet. Die-cutting allows you to make identical cuts into the board numerous times, each time getting the exact same cut. Intricate designs can be produced using the die cut method including fittings with small incisions and cut-outs.
Each time a die-cutting tool is produced for a particular size or shape of the tray, there is a cost associated with this. By offering a good range of cardboard hamper trays, our aim is to maximise the use of our stocked trays and minimise your need for a custom-made tray with the associated set-up costs.
Storage and Accreditation
Our storage facilities hold an AA rating for BRC accreditation meaning our stock is stored in a warehouse that can maintain the food-grade standard.
Packaging Without a Guilty Conscience
This product is 100% recyclable and made from 80% recycled content, a great example of cardboard and the circular economy, the naturally sustainable choice.
Did you know, across the 28 countries of the EU, the recycling rate for paper and cardboard packaging waste has reached 85.8%? That’s the highest in the study history and the largest of all packaging materials analysed.