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Europe’s leading multi-material packaging manufacturer LINPAC Packaging gave fish and chip takeaway owners the low-down on their packaging options at a national industry exhibition.

LINPAC Packaging attended the Henry Colbeck ‘What’s Cooking? Fish & Chip and Fast Food’ exhibition to showcase their HOTpac and catering trays range to more than 2,000 visitors. Hundreds of fish and chip shop takeaway and restaurant owners attended the day-long event.

LINPAC Packaging has worked with the fish and chip shop industry for more than 40 years, developing and supplying innovative packaging solutions which are fit-for-purpose and cost-effective.

Made out of EPS foam, LINPAC Packaging’s HOTpacs and catering trays are lightweight and have the lowest carbon footprint compared to other packaging options. They offer excellent presentation and value for money. Special airflow technology in HOTpacs keeps food warm and crispy for longer, helping to ensure the customer can enjoy their food just as it was when it was served in the shop.

David Marshall, UK sales manager at LINPAC Packaging said: “The exhibition had a great turnout and provided us with an excellent opportunity to meet our customers and talk to them about the products we have to offer and find out what their needs are in terms of packaging for their fish and chips.

“LINPAC Packaging has some fantastic products for takeaway owners to consider and exhibitions like this offer us a great chance to show them to the people who make the decisions. Speaking to our customers face to face is a key aspect in how we go about developing our products. At LINPAC we have to ensure that we are making products which the customer requires and there is no better way to find that out than at events like this.

“We also handed out leaflets about the environmental impact of various types of fish and chip packaging which were well received by the visitors.”

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