Hoppers - 2 Pint White Disposable Cartons with HANDLE
These versatile cartons can be used for anything from taking-home beer to storing food products. Popular with publicans and catering establishments, they are smart and easy to store as they nest inside one another, each case measures just 210 x 480 x 370mm (approx. 8" x 19" x 15").
They are packed in boxes of 100 and a box will fit neatly under a counter or into a small storage space. They are popular at festivals, fetes, weddings or galas – in fact anywhere where standard glasses fail to provide the perfect solution. No more stolen glasses and no Heath & Safety risks with broken glass either! Great for take-out food, soups, sauces, smoothies and any liquid that doesn’t have a high-alcohol volume. They look fantastic labelled with your own logo or design for that individual look.
The individual tapered hopper measures 9 inches (225mm) tall with a top cross-section of 3.5 inches (88mm) and are packed in cases of 100 and the plastic sleeves within the box ensures total hygiene. Better still, this new carton removes the need for a plastic clip, making them more environmentally friendly. They are compostable too!
The hoppers are manufactured from highest quality food-grade dairyboard so the producer and consumer can be confident that no foreign flavours will be transferred to the product.
The manufacturing process for paperboard cartons uses minimum raw material and energy, creating less waste. These Hoppers are waterproof, responsibly and sustainably sourced and where facilities exist, can be also be recycled. After use they can be flattened to minimise wastage volume
The cartons are designed for milk, water, alcoholic drinks up to a maximum of 18% ethanol (beers, wines and sherry but not spirits) - and any similar food products. They are not designed to contain liquids that are in any way 'searching' - i.e. any aggressive chemicals or liquids that contain even small amounts of products such as glycols, essential oils, other alcohols, ketones, esters, oils, other solvents etc.
The fine plasticised film on the inside of the carton is basically designed for holding foodstuffs for a short period (say 10 days or so) and it cannot withstand any product that will permeate its waterproof barrier: this is why it is so important to perform trials with any product that falls outside of the normal spectrum.