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IML Baby Food Container

 

 

Honokage baby food containers involve the development of in-mold labels and molds, which adhere to the contour of the molded part. This large-area label has the additional benefit of being a barrier layer, increasing the durability of the packaged contents. The IML project was established in 2012 and is headquartered in Zhangzhou, China, a city on the western coast of the country. Located in Xiamen.

The classic MARS design by Honokage is used to produce a wide variety of products for infants and young children. This type of container comes with a lid that matches the shape of the tub perfectly to ensure that the contents remain fresh and untouched. The company also offers a larger version of this product in a 500-ml size. Depending on your needs, you can order custom-made containers in different shapes.

You’ll be able to recycle the jars and plastic containers, as long as they’re marked as “recycled.”  U.S. government officials have said that these plastic containers are safe, but there are some questions about BPA. A study by the Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine found that BPA leaches into food when it’s heated.

The newest Honokage baby food container is made from BPA-free material.

The 1.2L plastic buckets from Honokage are known as the MARS style. These containers offer perfect matching between the lid and tub to protect contents. They are also available in other sizes, including 1L and 500ML, and in custom shapes. This product is suitable for babies ranging from 6 months to two years old. Some other reasons why these containers are so popular:

(1) they are environmentally friendly.

(2) All their plastic components are recyclable.

The company has been using these containers for over 24 years. They’re available in different sizes, so you can choose the one that’s right for your little one. The Honokage brand uses IML containers, which reduces the cost of production and a single piece. This option is not available for many local manufacturers, but for the discerning parent, it’s worth trying.

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