reclosable

reclosable

(riːˈkləʊzəbəl)
adj
(of a container, package, etc) capable of being closed again after opening
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re•clos•a•ble

or re•close•a•ble

(riˈkloʊ zə bəl)

adj.
capable of being closed again easily or tightly after opening.
[1960–65]
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Summary: This report provides forecast and analysis of the reclosable films market on global level.
PPC Flexible said it will leverage HFM's state-of-the-art reclosable and pouch technologies in both consumer and healthcare markets to a higher level of growth through new and existing customers across all of PPC's businesses.
At level 2, the labels are equipped with a semi-transparent, colored window and a reclosable inspection window that protects against UV rays and blue light.
Norwegian food company Orkla addresses food waste with a new flexible-film thermoform for its sliced, cured meats that incorporates a reclosable label on the top web.
* Level 2 labels are equipped with a semi-transparent, colored window and a reclosable inspection window that protects against UV rays and blue light.
Green Sheep Water's lineup includes still and sparkling water in reclosable 16-ounce Alumi-tek bottles and in standard 12-ounce cans.
Among those innovations is the company's Turner thermoformed cup with a reclosable screw cap, similar to the metal lid on a jam jar.
Available in 4.7-ounce stand-up reclosable bags, Dark Chocolate Thins will be available at grocery, mass, specialty retail and convenience stores selling for a suggested $4.49.
Synerlinks SnapLid reclosable technology offers cost and time saving convenience.
We also have the ability to add high barrier features within our film facestocks, through the adhesives," According to Marella, the food market has seen an increased need for reclosable technology, as 190 billion retail units will switch to flexible packaging by 2019.