Aaron L. Brody

It may seem like a million or more years ago, but actually it was only a quarter century or so back that in-line-manufactured, convolute-wound paperboard canisters were the packaging sensation—destined to replace spiral-wound composites, bag-in-box, lined cartons, gable-top coated paperboard cartons, and even some metal cans and glass bottles for dry granular foods, powders, chips, and a few liquids. Roaring out of the starting blocks from International Paper, Continental Can, Seal-right, Heraus…Breyers ice cream utilizes PMC square-round containers closed with a Double H Plastics snap-on insert injection-molded lid.

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