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Packaging Features

JJ launches new takeaway packaging range



Helping fish and chip shops improve the presentation of their food and maintain quality, 
JJ Food Service has launched a new range of packaging that includes carrier bags, Kraft bags and boxes for fish and chip shops and takeaways.
 
The takeaway boxes are available in four different sizes - 5”, ideal for those looking to introduce smaller portions to their menu, 9”, 10” and 12”. The range includes two-compartment options for sides like mushy peas or gravy, and prices start from £4.99 for 100 boxes.
 
Group general manager for JJ Food Service, Terry Larkin, comments: “Everyone loves fish and chips and our new eye-catching bags will help chippies to shout even louder about their fantastic takeaway menu. Quality is crucial and our boxes are sturdy and corrugated.”
 
To complete the new range, large twisted handle- and paper-handle carrier bags are also available.
JJ Food Service 08433 09 09 91 www.jjfoodservice.com

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