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Food Packaging

As one of the UK's leading food packaging manufacturers, we design, manufacture and supply corrugated, plain and branded food packaging solutions to many types of food suppliers.

We design suitable bespoke products for all stages of food production and retail, from transport and delivery to presentation, ensuring the product is structurally sound for its environment, as well as visuall appealing to the customer when retail or shelf-ready.

Our services include transit packaging for chilled and frozen produce, shelf ready packaging for confectionary, cheese and many other products, takeaway food packaging, and much more. Brands who have relied on Atlas for food packaging solutions include River Organic Farmers, Portlebay Popcorn, Inspiral, as well as a host of other household names and up and coming companies. We are also among the fed UK approved suppliers to Asda.

Having created unique food packaging solutions for many arms of the food industry, we posses an in-depth knowledge of the industry and its demands. With these expertise, we can provide the structural design, manufavrute and graphic design of your food packaging to the highest standard, meeting the exact requirements of your sector. Your packaging can be completed entirely in-house, promising a smooth and effortless experience.

Health and safety is a top priority for our clients and for Atlas when it comes to packaging for food. We strictly adhere to BRC IOP guidelines to ensure that all commercial food packaging and corrugated food packaging is suitable for storage and transportation. This includes monitoring hygiene on the packaging production line, fitting alcohol hand cleaning stations across the plant and putting policies in place that safeguard against any potential contaminants migrating from packaging into food products. Emphasis is placed on maintaining the functional quality of packaging materials to meet the customers' specifications, while adhering to the strongest policies.

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