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Enhancing the KReseal Range With Multipeel Solution

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We have launched our K Reseal PET e AF resealable lidding solution, delivering enhanced multiple peel and reseal capability to improve consumer convenience and reduce product waste.

Part of the KReseal range, the new lidding film solution combines a reliable seal with leading-edge ‘multipeel’ functionality, allowing the lidding film to be peeled and resealed multiple times without losing adhesion. 

Sealing to aPET, rPET and some PET- lined pressed board trays, subject to testing, KReseal PET e AF is the ideal solution to keep foodstuffs such as snacks, fresh fruit, meats and cheeses fresher for longer. It also helps to avoid contamination from other food products, including odour. 

Charles Smithson, Managing Director at KM Packaging, said: “KReseal PET e AF is a fantastic addition to our comprehensive range of lidding film solutions. Offering a full-flange based reseal system, we can help manufacturers enhance convenience, minimise food waste and extend product shelf life.  

“With the ability to peel and reseal multiple times, consumers can buy in bulk, safe in the knowledge that food products will stay fresh due to a firm, secure reseal. This latest addition to the KReseal range is also ideal for on-the-go snacking, as packs can be closed and re-opened in between meals, without the fear of product leaks.”

The KReseal lidding film range provides packs with high barrier performance, excellent anti-fog properties and low oxygen permeability making it suitable for MAP applications. Full colour printed solutions are also available, as well as macro holes, hot needle and laser perforation for advanced packaging solutions where applicable. 
 

Get in touch today with our knowledgeable team to discuss how we can help you keep your products fresher for longer. 

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