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Parkside to help Iceland supermarket chain develop recyclable paper packs for frozen food
UK supermarket chain Iceland has tapped Parkside to replace its LDPE bag for its Northcoast frozen seafood range with a recyclable paper pouch designed to resist the frost and moisture in a freezer for prolonged periods.
Parkside’s recyclable paper pouch creates heat saleability by using water-based coatings with high barrier performance that can break down when re-pulped in the paper recycling process.
The recyclable paper pouch is grease and oil-resistant.
According to Mark Armstrong, a packaging specialist at Iceland, bag sealing was a challenge, as was ensuring the material had the necessary barrier properties.
Until recently, achieving a high level of grease and oil resistance and heat seal ability for frozen food has been extremely challenging.”
Typically, a plastic layer such as Polyethylene would need to be extruded or laminated to the paper, which would then need to be removed when recycling post-consumer use. Parkside’s technology removes the need for plastic and gives a truly recyclable paper solution with the added benefit of high barrier functionality.
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