• Case histories

    Using a number of practical examples in the form of case histories, you can see below what we mean by conceiving, developing, and packaging food concepts for retailers. Often, it is a complete food concept, created from start to finish, recognisable from the icon above with the small bulb inside. Alternatively, it could be a custom-made packaging assignment, recognisable from the above icon in the centre. Occasionally, it involves supplying products that are more or less ready to go when they come to us; this is recognisable from the EDI icon, top right.

  • Range

    We have conceived, developed, and packaged a great many fresh food concepts. Take a look at our extensive range below. It varies from fresh finger food, sauces, superfoods, sea vegetables, and other flavours for fish, salad, or meat.
  • Conceiving & developing

    Using a number of practical examples in the form of case histories, you can see what we mean by conceiving and developing food concepts for retailers. Our food concept ‘products’ are produced in bulk elsewhere for strategic reasons on the basis of the specifications we have developed. This allows us to create independence and flexibility. It enables us to package a wide and varied range of refrigerated products at our modern BRC-certified packaging lines. Below are a number of examples of a food concept from beginning to end.
  • Packaging of food products

    We have various packaging lines in our BRC-certified and refrigerated production area, and we offer a wide range of packaging solutions for the food sector. This includes different types of cups, trays, sachets, and bags, which we can print on, band, or label. Because a flexible production process gives added value for our customers, our machines can quickly be converted for new types of packaging. The products in the packages can also be vacuum-packed and then gas-flushed and sealed using a mix of CO2 and nitrogen. This extends the life of the product in a natural way. In other words, options galore! Using a number of practical examples in the form of case histories, you can see below a number of packaging examples.
  • Logistics of food

    Using a practical example in the form of a case history, you can see what sort of thing we mean by logistic services involving food concepts for retailers. It ranges from maintaining files for GS1DAS and TraceOne to ensuring that the product is delivered to the correct distribution centre in the correct packaging with the help of EDI.
  • Tomato-onion chutney

    Tomato-onion chutney 110g. A chutney made from sun-dried tomatoes and onions. Delicious with hamburgers.

    • Great, too, with meatballs, steak, or with tartare.
    • Free of any artificial aromas, colouring, or flavourings.
    • After preparing the meat, pour one large dessertspoon over it.
    • 1 container is around 4 portions

    Mango-curry chutney

    Mango-curry chutney 110g. A fruity chutney of mango and curry. Delicious with sausages.

    • Great with lamb burgers, too, or venison or duck breast.
    • Free of any artificial aromas, colouring, or flavourings.
    • After preparing the meat, pour one large dessertspoon over it.
    • 1 container is around 4 portions

    Lemon-garlic marinade

    Lemon-garlic marinade 50g. A fresh marinade spread with tasty pieces of garlic. Delicious on rib-eye steak.

    • Delightful on beef, beef saté, or ham
    • Free of any artificial aromas, colouring, or flavourings.
    • After grilling/frying, apply to the meat using a brush
    • 1 container is around 6 portions