Faerch Group, a rigid food packaging manufacturer and integrated recycling company, has launched its new Tumbler range for the foodservice market. 

This new range is designed with a minimum of 30% post-consumer recycled (PCR) material.  

It features various capacities and includes four common lid designs compatible with all tumblers, streamlining supply chains and enhancing the user experience.  

The company’s new Tumbler range is designed to be fully recycled into new food packaging repeatedly while maintaining safety and functionality. 

Faerch Foodservice sales director David Lucas said: “Our latest product stands as a testament to our commitment to the environment and our customers’ evolving needs.

“This new range will seamlessly integrate a circular solution into your brand narrative, with the objective for our customers to capture a greater market share and consumer loyalty.” 

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Faerch said that it ensures the credibility of its sustainability claims with audited certification.

In April last year, the company teamed up with British supermarket chain Tesco to launch a tray-to-tray initiative to tackle the plastic waste issues in the industry and work towards a circular economy.