Reusable PET Jars
Polyethylene terephthalate or PET is a plastic material that is popular in various packaging applications, especially in the food industry. The chemical components in a PET jars fall within food safety standards. Since there are no chemical phthalates or bisphenol A (BPA)*, PET plastic does not leach (allow seepage of) these substances. Therefore, there is no contamination of the items stored.
Trenpa packs products in reusable PET jars because they are:
- Endorsed by global food safety organizations
- Easy to clean
- Extensively reusable
- Not harmful
- Easier to use, in comparison to glass
The FDA and similar regulatory agencies throughout the world, endorse PET as trustworthy packaging material. There is a significant body of evidence that declares that PET is safe. Research shows that foodstuff in PET containers does not cause any discernible harm to humans or animals.
We, at TRENPA, sell our products using reuseable PET Jars
Trenpa ensures that all their products are available in PET bottles. This bottle is transparent, easy to clean, and reusable as well. In addition to this, a PET bottle or jar is completely recyclable. This element of recyclability places PET at the top of a wide selection of packaging materials. One important fact about PET is its impact on the planet. In comparison, glass manufacturing industries cause greater pollution than PET manufacturing facilities. This is a great way to promote positive climate change and ensure that pollutants are at manageable levels.
Trenpa contributes to lowering carbon footprints by choosing PET over other packaging alternatives. Trenpa sources reusable PET jars from Reliance Industries Limited, Gujarat, India; through an intermediary – DUROPET. The PET Jars comply with Food Safety Management System standard: ISO 20000:2018* [Production of PET resin for the food industry. Category]. These PET Jars also conform to the Environmental Management System standard: ISO 14001:2015 and Quality Management System standard: ISO 9001:2015
* One of the many parameters required for The Rainforest Initiative Certification