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Trays for modified atmosphere fish packaging

22 September 2010

The fish processing company V Hukkanen Oy is launching its Kalaneuvos marinated salmon strips in a new microwaveable and ovenproof Stora Enso DeLight modified atmosphere packaging

The more environmentally friendly board package replaces the old aluminium tray. The fish processing company V Hukkanen Oy is launching its Kalaneuvos marinated salmon strips in a new microwaveable and ovenproof Stora Enso DeLight modified atmosphere packaging. The more environmentally friendly board package replaces the old aluminium tray.

V Hukkanen Oy's marinated salmon strips are sold in grocery stores throughout Finland. In the near future, the selection will also include new salmon and rainbow trout products. "The DeLight tray can be heated in the oven or microwave, so the food can be cooked conveniently in the package it comes in. The package is sturdy and nice to hold.

Afterwards, the tray can easily be washed and recycled, in the same way as juice and milk cartons," says Veijo Hukkanen, MD of V Hukkanen Oy.

According to Hukkanen, the environmental benefits, such as a smaller carbon footprint, recyclability and a material partly based on a renewable natural resource, were also important reasons behind the packaging reform. "The new package replacing the old aluminium tray is more environmentally friendly, in addition to being ovenproof and microwave safe," he says.


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