Produce Container Solutions
Smart Solutions from Apples to Zucchinis
When it comes to produce packaging, corrugated containers are still the cleanest, most versatile and economical shipping solution for your products. They protect your produce as it travels from farm to table, safeguarding it from spoilage and damage. Showcase and promote your products in-store with corrugated solutions from WestRock. Our corrugated containers:
- facilitate efficiencies throughout the supply chain
- offer improved product quality, traceability and lower food safety risks
- are certified for direct food contact
- are made from 100% renewable and recyclable materials
- promote superior brand messaging for maximum shelf impact.
Successful Produce Applications
WestRock has a long-standing commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainable business practices that guides how we collect, process and recycle materials; manufacture our products from recycled materials and fiber from sustainably managed forests; and how we safely operate our facilities.
For more information on our commitment to making a positive impact on the communities in which we operate, please see our Sustainability Report.
Flexible Palletizing Solutions
The Corrugated Common Footprint (CCF) is an industry standard specification for display-ready corrugated containers. CCF offers retailers and produce growers the ability to follow the “one touch” strategy for shelf stocking. These containers fit the 60cm x 40cm footprint used in many of today’s leading retail environments.
Display-ready CCF containers can move from the field, to the warehouse, to the retail shelf without repacking. Branded CCF containers provide the consistency retailers need without sacrificing the benefits of container customization.
The system also allows for improved supply chain efficiencies in products as diverse as tree fruit and row crops. The elimination of backhaul expenses, the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, and food safety concerns and traceability, are other compelling benefits of choosing corrugated containers for your produce supply chain.