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With hot roll offerings on the rise, Planglow has added a compostable, plant-based hot dog tray t... More

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New packaging is hot stuff



With hot roll offerings on the rise, Planglow has added a compostable, plant-based hot dog tray to its Street Food packaging range.


Designed for hot dogs, rolls, paninis, wraps, pastries and other on-the-go snacks, it is made from sustainable kraft board that’s recyclable, home compostable and industrially compostable too (where facilitated). The tray sports a world map with passport stamp design and comes flat packed for minimal storage requirements - simply squeeze the sides to form.
 A semi-gloss “Hot” sticker has also been launched, available on rolls containing 1,000.
Planglow 0117 317 8600 planglow.com

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