Sirane to highlight recent sustainable packaging developments at upcoming London Packaging Week, including Earthpouch Duo plastic-free paper-based pouches with a window, Supreme ovenable absorbent pads, RePEat recyclable spouted pouches

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August 22, 2022 (press release) –

SIRANE will be exhibiting at London Packaging Week in around a month’s time – and once again we really do have plenty to talk about…

Recent developments include our Earthpouch Duo – plastic-free paper-based pouches with a window – Earthpad Supreme, ovenable absorbent pads, and our recyclable spouted pouches (RePEat).

And we also have a new development which will be unveiled at the show.

Karl Heggarty, head of global sales, said: “London Packaging Week promises to be a great show, and as ever Sirane has plenty of new developments.

“Many of our developments are in the sustainable packaging sector and include packaging which is either recyclable, plastic-free or both.

“There’s also the opportunity to talk to us about any of our packaging – including absorbency and absorbent pads, ovenable/microwaveable packaging including cooking bags, traditional flexibles, board and more.

“And we’ve also recently launched our co-packing service, Sira-Pack, which means we can offer the whole packaging solution: primary and secondary packaging; design services, co-packing and fulfilment.”

London Packaging Week was formerly known as Packaging Innovations London – this year it has been rebranded for the first time.

Sirane’s recyclable paper-based plastic-free Earthpouch is now available with a window – following the launch of our Earthpouch Duo.

Our Earthpouch Duo is a plastic-free recyclable stand-up pouch with a window – which is something customers have been asking for.

Peter Ralten, Sirane’s chief commercial officer, said: “The Earthpouch is a great packaging solution which has proved to be very popular, it’s paper-based which means it can be recycled in the paper recycling stream.

“But some customers want visibility of their product, and out of paper this proved to be a real challenge – but we have now achieved this.”

The Earthpouch is an award-winning plastic-free stand-up pouch which is suitable for a range of products including coffee, confectionery, cereals/granolas and more, as well as for some non-food products.

The Earthpad is a paper-based alternative to the absorbent pad – and has been very successful. We’ve recently added an ovenable version to the range, Earthpad Supreme, which has been equally well received.

Our RePEat range contains recyclable plastics made from LDPE, and the spouted pouch was first unveiled at Packaging Innovations Birmingham. The whole pouch, including the spout, can be recycled.

Sirane will be at London Packaging Week at the Olympia, London, from September 21-22 – find us on stand H12. We’re also exhibiting at Plastic Waste-Free World in Cologne, Germany, from November 9-10.

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