Pet Foods Tins - Tin Star Tin Box Manufactory Ltd.

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One of the best ways to store your pet's food is not in the floppy bag, but rather in more sturdy plastic containers, like old popcorn tins. You know those giant popcorn containers you can get from Sam's Club or Costco that seem as if they'll last you forever? Once forever is over and you have an empty plastic popcorn container, convert it into a pet food storage container instead. It will work marvelously and will safe you much pet food hassle.
Pet Food Tins
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Should I use a plastic storage container for my cat or dog’s food?
Many cat and dog owners like to transfer their cat or dog’s dry food from the bag to another container. Studies by Hill's® packaging engineers have shown that storage in a variety of plastic containers (garbage cans, zip-to-close bags, garbage or, kitchen bags, rubber/plastic containers, plastic pails, etc.) may impart an odor and taste to dry pet foods that adversely effects the taste of the food. Zip-to-close bags, garbage and similar bags will also not prevent fat from accumulating on the outside of the bag. Storage in clean metal containers (small metal tins, metal garbage cans, etc.) is acceptable. If you do prefer using a storage container, keep the food in the original bag within the container to create an ideal storage location. Tin packaging specialists, The Box BV have recently designed some lovely, pet inspired round tins JR Food in Germany.
Photo provided by FlickrMetal food tins, pet food tins & foil trays can all be recycled! They just need a quick rinse before
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DIY PET FOOD CANISTER :: Made from old popcorn the idea of putting a handle on top! This looks alot like those nice (but expensive) Harry Barker Dog & Cat Food Storage tins.During a webinar in late October 2016, “,” Maria Lange, business group director of GfK, showed data indicating that the trend toward smaller pet food packages is especially noticeable in wet food, where trays and pouches – more common in markets like Europe – are starting to gain ground in the US. In terms of sales, wet pet foods in traditional cans or tins still predominate, at 82 percent for dog food and 92 percent for cat food, but those shares are declining as the newer formats score with consumers, thanks to their convenience and serving sizes more attuned to today’s pets.DIY PET FOOD CANISTER :: Made from old popcorn the idea of putting a handle on top! This looks alot like those nice (but expensive) Harry Barker Dog & Cat Food Storage tins.Pet food packages in the US are getting smaller, according to data released by GfK in fall 2016 (). The trend especially manifests in wet pet food. Sales of products in traditional cans or tins, while still predominating, declined in the – from 87…In 1952, the first Whiskas product was launched to appeal to those owners who hadn't take up the company's Kit-E-Kat canned food. It was not the Whiskas canned food familiar to today's owners. Instead of replacing the traditional diet of table scraps, Whiskas augmented it. Advertised as providing "vitamin-vitality", adverts told owners to "Buy your pet a carton of Whiskas now. It's very economical. Just mix it with table scraps for the richest, healthiest meal a fortunate puss ever had." It played on the idea of cats being vitamin-starved and as such, it competed with the popular Bob Martin's "Tibs Cat Powders", conditioning powders sprinkled on food as vitamin and mineral supplements.