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WHY SUPERTHENE?

Developed and perfected over 20 years, Superthene uses a combination of cutting edge Polyolefin polymers and a specifically designed production process to offer a viable alternative to conventional PVC food wrap.  Besides serving as a ‘drop in’ alternative, Superthene can offer a number of important advantages – watch our video for more information.

 

SHELF-LIFE

Superthene has gas interchange properties which can prolong shelf-life

ECO-FRIENDLY

Superthene is fully recyclable and photodegradable

HEALTHY

Superthene is non toxic and contains no plastisizers

COST-EFFECTIVE

Superthene has a lower density and uses 36% less raw materials

OUR PRODUCTS

SUPERTHENE STANDARD

Tried & Tested

SUPERTHENE PLUS

Extended Shelf-Life

SUPERTHENE AIR

Tailor-Made Breathability

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAVE TO SAY

“Our customers expect their meat purchases to retain their fresh look even after leaving our store. Since changing to Superthene we do not get returns for off colour meat. Superthene has definitely extended the shelf life of our in-store packed meat.”

Johan

Store Butchery Manager, OK Foods Franchise Store

“We use laser perforated Superthene Air for our fruit and vegetable exports. We find we get way less moisture and the products arrive in mint condition. Once you make the change to Superthene, the product speaks for itself.”

Casey

Manageress, Zimflex Fruit & Veg Exporter

“The new Superthene Air film has really improved the condition of our broccoli and cauliflower packs. It is clearer compared to the the previous product, stretches a lot more and is easier to use.”

Tammaryn

Marketing & Sales Manager, CT Organics

NEWS

NEW Superthene PLUS is now proven to kill harmful pathogens.

INDEPENDENT LABORATORY TEST PROVE NEW SUPERTHENE PLUS ANTI-MICROBIAL FILM NEUTRALISES MOST COMMON PATHOGENS Adding to the long list of health, economical and environmental features, NEW Superthene Plus is now proven to kill harmful pathogens. Following extensive...

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PVC Information

If you would like a more in-depth look at the PVC problem - this is a great link with extensive information and loads more info on their site:...

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What’s wrong with PVC?

Here's a link to a great article which puts it in a nutshell why we should be looking for alternatives to PVC: http://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/PVC

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