A by-product of fossil fuel, PET- Polyethylene terephthalate is often used in several types of food packaging. We have now entered an era of intelligent recycling and the “re-processed” version is now known as RPET. At Sabert, we prefer to use this type of material and we guarantee that our products offer at least 50% “post-consumer” recycled PET.
Meet the environmental expectations of your customer in the huge market of paper cups.more
We are happy to present 5 new BePulp solutions! The booming demande for our BePulp Sustainable Packaging Solutions is driven by major food trends.Hereafter more details
Given the market demand for sustainable packaging that allows outstanding and colourful presentation, Sabert developed the BePulp OCTA plate that is table ready.Find out more!
In answer to major food trends, the 100% compostable BePulp bases are now also available with PP lids.Find out more!
With the latest food trends in mind, the Impression bowl collection has been designed to offer something new and different and meet the consumers demands.Learn more
Thanks to their shape designed for every food type and their excellent performance, those new containers are ideal for delivered food and hot food to go.Find out more !
The compostable 1L bowl is now available with a domed lid, allowing better food visibility and improving food presentation and filling possibilities.Learn more
This new stylish platter is specifically designed for preparations needing a higher space such as sandwiches, burgers, wraps.Learn more
The eco friendly compartment containers will be ideal for operators looking for a packaging combining style, conveniency and sustainability.Learn More
The new Grab&go range offers a variety of on-the-go packaging solutions for today’s mobile consumers. Ideal for all type of snacks, from bagels to desserts.Learn More
Thanks to their shape designed for every food type and their excellent performance, those new containers are ideal for delivered food and hot food to go.Discover more
Discover our new BePulp cutlery, made from biosourced material and 100% compostable, the MOST eco-friendly cutlery on the market.Learn more
Ideal for street food traders and caterers serving food-to-go options. Sabert’s new Rectangular Slope Container provides the best of both worlds: maximum convenience and sustainability.more
This new shape is ideal to present nicely mixed salad ingredients next to each other and enable the consumer to get the entire recipe at a glance . The base is made of natural bagasse and the lid of recycled PET.more
Showcase your food with Sabert’s brand new Deli Platters. Sensational look, perfect lid fit, 1/2 gastronorm size, layout customizable.Learn more
NEW innovative bePulp Oval Eco Street Bowls available in 2 sizes. ideal for street food traders and caterers serving food-to-go meals such as noodles, pastas, curries, burritos, salads.more
Sabert extended its BePulp Hot2Go Range with 3 new round bowls ideal for soups, noodles, porridge or any other hot to go meal.More details
We are very pleased to present our new Pagoda platter range with clean lines and minimalist curves. The three sizes of these small rectangular black platters are ideal for sushi, nibbles, mini-desserts, etc.More details
We have decided to extent our range by including a new ‘mid-size’ bowl.more
Original square design for individual portions. We offer 3 sizes of bowls: 175ml, 250ml and 375ml and 2 sizes of lids.more
SureStrip packaging is the ideal way to merchandise a broad range of fresh foods and snacks for maximum shelf appeal and quick turns.I am interested
We are happy to announce several new sustainable packaging to enhance our already existing BePulp bowl solution.Hereafter more details
Elegant snacking, a phenomenon that’s really booming.more
A by-product of fossil fuel, PET- Polyethylene terephthalate is often used in several types of food packaging.more
We are pleased to announce the launch of a new range to the BePulp compostable bowls. We now introduce a complete range of 3 square microwaveable solutionsI'm interested
The terms biodegradable and compostable are used more and more commonly but they are frequently used wrongly, which gives rise to confusion.I want to know more