Focus on Our Manufacturers – Sabert Packaging

Focus on Our Manufacturers - Sabert Packaging

Focus on Our Manufacturers – Sabert Packaging

Over the next few weeks we will be highlighting how we choose our suppliers for quality, reliability, sustainability of products and competitive price.

This first week we will focus on Sabert a leading manufacturer of food service packaging.


Focus on Our Manufacturers - Sabert Packaging

Some of the products we stock on our website manufactured by Sabert.

Benefits of Sabert Packaging

Sustainability—The Environment is one of Sabert’s Prime Concern. Their Natural Be-pulp products are 100% fully compostable at Home or Industrial Composter from plant origin. Sabert recycle 100% of production waste PET plastic and use in their RPET clear plastic lids. They also use green energy to manufacture and transport products.

Innovation—Sabert continuously develops new product following trends and market forces.

Performance—Sabert are top of their league for quality. They focus on key concepts such as Stack-ability, Clarity, Convenience, secure lid fitting.

Safety and efficiency—All products are food safe certified. Tamper resistant is available as required by the customer. Storage facilities that can meet demand.

Presentation—Sabert understand that Food Packaging is, at the end of the day, all about the food. They understand the multi-sensory experience of seeing, holding, buying and enjoying good food.

At AA Catering Disposables

We find that by stocking carefully selected products by Sabert we can build trust that drives sales, satisfaction and loyalty.  Look out for the logo’s we are adding to all product pages which explain which items are Compostable, recycled or recyclable.  Especially take note of the difference between  certified for Home composting or Industrial Composting.

Natural Pulp used by Sabert and stocked by us, is suitable for Home Composting which means 90% disintegrates in 120days at a temperature of 25 degrees Celcius.

Laminated Pulp trays are compostable 90%, 120 days at 65 degrees Celcius, which means industrial composting.