Placon Adds New Compartmented Packaging Options to HomeFresh® Entree Product Line

May 17, 2018
Placon’s New HomeFresh® Entrée compartmented containers offer fresh prepared meals better presentation and merchandising for improved sales, freshness and convenience.

Better packaging means a better experience with Placon’s latest addition to its HomeFresh Entrée hot food packaging line. Three new compartmented and a 40 ounce version offer more meal kitting and preparation versatility for your fresh prepared meal options.
Made from microwave-friendly polypropylene, the new sleek containers easily go from the store to the kitchen table without re-plating. Freshly prepared and grab-and-go meals are on trend with today’s consumer. HomeFresh® Entrée containers meet the needs of the end user by providing an entire meal with convenience, freshness and functionality.

Available in 2-compartment, 3-compartment and a modern looking 3-angled compartment version with non-migrating matching lids to keep your food separated during transport. Clear PET lids are also in stock and can be customized with your message to showcase your brand.

The new microwavable containers include a unique modular stacking feature which allow the products to double stack and inter stack together. The containers won’t slide and spill. Deep snap grooves allow the lids to close securely with an audible snap and remain easy to open. HomeFresh Entree containers are reusable and recyclable which is good for the earth.

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For 55 years, Placon has been a leading designer and manufacturer of custom and stock plastic packaging for the food, medical, and retail markets. Placon has manufacturing operations in Madison, WI; Elkhart, IN; Plymouth, MN; and West Springfield, MA, and currently ranked in Plastics News 2020 Thermoformers Ranking Top 20. Placon delivers packaging breakthroughs that inspire better engagement between people and products with industry leading innovation and award-winning packaging designs. For more information, visit