What does Tetra Pak Kenya do?

What does Tetra Pak Kenya do?

Tetra Pak has joined efforts in a public-private development partnership to scale up dairy development in Kenya and meet the country’s growing demand for dairy products in a sustainable way.

What is the mechanism Tetra Pack work?

Aseptic technology Tetra Pak uses aseptic packaging technology. In aseptic processing the product and the package are sterilized separately and then combined and sealed in a sterile atmosphere, in contrast to canning, where product and package are first combined and then sterilized.

Are Tetra Paks sustainable?

At Tetra Pak, we’ve committed to net zero emissions across our operations by 2030 and invested in new innovations such as the paper straw and tethered caps. Our Tetra Rex® Plant-based package remains the world’s first, and only, fully renewable beverage carton, with it being made from fully renewable materials.

Why choose Tetra Pak packaging?

We offer you the most attractive and complete carton packaging range for consuming fresh products. All our packages offer consumer convenience, easy opening, optimal shelf life and the ability to give your brand maximum exposure. Tetra Pak packaging solutions for food and beverages

What chilled packages are available at Tetra?

Our chilled packages include the smart and one of the most efficient carriers of beverages Tetra Brik, the ever-popular gable top-shaped Tetra Rex and the extremely versatile and eye-catching Tetra Top. Tetra Rex and Tetra Top also have special packages for High Acid Ambient Distribution (HAAD).

What is Tetra Recart?

It was the first carton package on the market that made it possible to sterilize foods with particles inside a carton package. Foods like vegetables, tomatoes, ready meals, soups and also pet foods. Learn more about Tetra Recart and sustainable solutions with Tetra Recart food packages.

Can Tetra Pak help bring back the salmon?

Australia’s Banrock Station winery has tied the availability of some of its wines in the Tetra Pak packaging to its donation of $1.25 million to Bring Back the Salmon, a five-year project to restore reproducing populations of native Atlantic Salmon to Lake Ontario.