Foodservice packaging manufacturer Genpak has introduced a new sustainable moulded fibre packaging line, Harvest Fiber. 

According to Genpak, the new line features no intentionally added per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).  

The updated product range includes hinged containers, trays, and tableware, designed to cater to the evolving needs of food restaurant operators. 

The Harvest Fiber line is designed to balance environmental sustainability with the performance and durability required in the foodservice industry.  

Made from renewable fibre, the containers are microwavable and suitable for both hot and cold food items, ensuring versatility for restaurant use. They also feature snap-it-styled closures and offer convenient stacking rims. 

Harvest Fiber products are Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI)-certified to be commercially compostable and have earned the US Department of Agriculture BioPreferred designation.  

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Besides Harvest Fiber, Genpak offers paper cones, portions, and drink cups under its Harvest Paper portfolio.

Packaging under this line is said to be produced using raw materials from forests managed with sustainable forestry practices and are industrial compostable.