As chilled meat substitutes are growing rapidly in Sweden, the use of plastic trays with a peel-off plastic closure is becoming increasingly common. Most meat substitutes traditionally came frozen in flexible plastic packs or carton packaging.
Instances of processed meat producers responding to the increased focus on environmentally conscious food are proliferating in Sweden. The grocery store company Axfood’s private label Garant is in the process of changing all packaging for its meat, aiming to reduce the plastic used by 70%.
The processed seafood brand Abba, which is owned by Orkla Gruppen, has transitioned from metal food cans to plastic trays with a peel-off plastic lid for its unpickled herring products. The reason cited for this change is that plastic lessens the products’ environmental impact.
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