UK-based PFF Packaging Group has unveiled its new DeliFrecious range of high-clarity food containers.

The containers are available in five different sizes, which includes 180g, 250g and 300g containers with a 101mm-diameter lid, and 500g and 600g containers with a 126mm-diameter lid.

DeliFrecious containers are made from crack-resistant, fully recyclable polyethylene terephthalate (rPET) and feature single-sized, plug fit and oil-resistant lids.

"The range of pot sizes helps operators maximise customer choice in terms of portion size."

PFF Packaging Group sales head Steve Campbell said: “The range of pot sizes helps operators maximise customer choice in terms of portion size while the plug fit lids ensure secure, leak-resistant storage and transportation.

“They’re ideal for all types of cold food to go including salads, dips, deli items, noodle dishes and ready to eat fresh fruit.”

The containers can feature brand labels, as well as up to eight spot colours on the pots and six on the lids.

In July, PFF Packaging announced that it had increased the capacity of its existing dairy containers, which are suitable for yoghurt, cream and crème fraiche.

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The company’s £1m Innovation Centre at its facility in Washington, UK, has allowed it to quickly design and create container prototypes.