Biodegradable Food Service Announces Product Launch at 2012 Sustainability in Packaging Conference

Biodegradable Food Service (BDFS) will launch its new TaterAire technology at the 2012 Sustainability in Packaging Conference. The conference brings together more than 250 packaging leaders to discuss sustainability throughout the supply chain.
March 2, 2012 - PRLog -- Biodegradable Food Service, LLC, (BDFS) will launch its new TaterAire technology at.the 2012 Sustainability in Packaging Conference in Orlando, Florida, held March 12-14.

According to Kevin Duffy, President of BDFS, “Our leading-edge, made-in-the-USA TaterAire technology is the newest in our string of product innovations. While the technology represents a quantum leap in sustainable packaging substrates, it should come as no surprise that BDFS was the company that introduced it.”

TaterAire is produced by expanding vegetable starch (rather than polystyrene). The finished product resembles Styrofoam, but has superior rigidity and insulation properties; is freezer-, oven-, and microwave-safe; and, is certain to be deemed home-compostable.

Duffy noted that “TaterAire is not just a great concept. At our 78,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Missouri, we’re already producing our stock 6” and 9” plates and 12-ounce bowls on 2 dedicated production lines.” He added “Additional production lines are available - today - for custom products, each with the same industrial throughput capacity as our stock products.”

As a company, BDFS identifies itself primarily as a blender and compounder. Duffy elaborated about the new TaterAire technology:  “Our product mix is customer-driven. You might not see the Biodegradable Food Service name on them, but you will be seeing our products in some unexpected places.”

He concluded by saying that “’One-out’ prototype design services are available; custom shapes, colors, and embossing requests are encouraged; and, application-specific formula modifications are available.”

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Biodegradable Food Service LLC is based in Sunriver, Oregon.

The company has specialized in the manufacture of responsible, earth-friendly packaging and single-use tableware for the foodservice industry sector.
Source:Tom Rice
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