New Base Added to GoCube™ Product Packaging Line

April 18th, 2018

New Base Added to GoCube™ Product Packaging Line

Placon’s Fresh ‘n Clear GoCubes line brings style, versatility and sustainability, now with a new sized base

Better packaging means a better experience with Placon’s latest addition to its popular Fresh ‘n Clear GoCubes™ stock food packaging line. The new 10-ounce capacity base joins the already established product line, which launched in 2015.

Meeting the growing demand for on-the-go packaging, the new GoCube base offers even more merchandising opportunities for convenient, grab-and-go snacking and freshly prepared food options. Perfect for snack foods including dry packed foods such as nuts, snack mixes and candy, as well as freshly prepared foods including fruit, vegetables and deli salads, the new 10-ounce base offers additional accessibility and portability.

Available now in six ultra-sleek base sizes from 12 to 36 ounces, GoCubes work with a one-size fits all recycled PET lid option with secure seals, easy open tabs, and crystal clear anti-fog technology. Three insert trays can be used to mix and match are also available. Made with EcoStar® recycled PET material from curbside plastic bottles, GoCubes are reusable and recyclable.

“At Placon, our food packaging solutions attract customers with quality designs in a variety of different sizes. The new GoCube base continues to help meet the growing consumer trends while offering additional merchandising options,” said Ben Brummerhop, Placon’s Stock Food Sales Manager.

For more information, call us at 800.541.1535 or visit

For over 50 years, Placon has been a leading designer and manufacturer of custom and stock plastic packaging for the medical, food and retail markets. Placon has manufacturing operations in Madison, WI; Elkhart, IN; Plymouth, MN; and West Springfield, M, and is currently ranked 16 in Plastics News 2018 Thermoformers Ranking. Placon delivers packaging breakthroughs that inspire better engagement between people and products. For more information, visit


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