Meet Greiner Packaging at Cfia Rennes from March 8 to 10

For over 60 years, Greiner Packaging has produced innovative and sustainable packaging, designed to protect a wide variety of food products from yogurts to salads, for customers all over the world.

Today, Greiner Packaging is focused on producing sustainable plastic packaging, delivering innovative solutions developed through design for recycling, reducing the use of plastic, while increasing the amount of recycled material and reducing CO2.

Greiner Packaging is pleased to be exhibiting at Cfia 2022 in Rennes, France, from March 8 to 10. For 25 years, Cfia has provided the forum for the biggest players in the food-processing sector to meet and network with suppliers presenting their latest innovations.

Meet the team

Book a one-on-one appointment with Sales Director Cedric Fluery and the French Greiner Packaging team here.

What's on show at Cfia?

Visitors to stand 9-D12 will see Greiner Packaging’s latest innovative solutions which improve packaging recyclability, use less material and incorporate increasing amounts of recycled material – while delivering outstanding on-shelf presence.

Meet K3®

Greiner Packaging’s K3® cardboard-plastic packaging solution is one of the world’s most sustainable packaging choices. Dairy customers were the first to capitalize on its environmental benefits and added-value marketing features, but K3® has now also been widely adopted by producers in the food-on-the-go, and in-cup drinks markets.
K3® combines a lightweight plastic cup with a removable cardboard outer wrap. Plastic remains the most effective packaging medium for food products as it protects, extends shelf-life and reduces food waste. The K3® cup saves up to 50 % plastic when compared to a direct printed cup of the same size, and as well as being fully recyclable, the plastic used to make K3® cups can also be made from recycled materials such as r-PET and r-PS.
A patented tear-tab enables easy and intuitive separation of the two parts by consumers, so that they can go to the correct recycling streams. To deal with the occasions when that does not happen, Greiner Packaging has now also successfully trialled K3® r100 – a solution in which the cardboard wrap separates itself from the plastic cup during the waste collection process, and therefore before the packaging arrives at the NIR (near infrared) detection in the sorting unit.

Meet IML and T-IML

IML lightweight cups deliver a 20 % weight reduction compared to standard cups. They offer a smaller carbon footprint thanks to reduction in materials, are made out of Polypropylene (PP) for filling with warm or cold products, and feature IML (in-mold label) decoration for optimal branding and premium look.

What else?

See how Greiner Packaging is working with the latest technologies to improve recycling through the use of digital watermarks to enable easier sorting.
Be part of the process by scanning the digital watermark on our interactive K3® promotion cup with your smartphone. Enjoy the augmented reality experience as the cup comes alive and tells you how to recycle the packaging!

Any Questions?