The tubs are printed with four designs and can be recycled and have recyclable paper lids.
“It was important we delivered a concept that was both innovative in format as well as delivering the technical requirements such as foil freshness and releasability,” said ex-M&S product developer Annabel Vere Nicoll, co-founder, Dilly & Wolf, who started the company with TV presenter, Ben Fogle and his wife Marina.
“We will continue to work in partnership with Seda to even further improve on our sustainable credentials.”
Seda’s pots are being used for Dilly & Wolf’s two snacks: the Chisp and the Nuster.
The Chisp is Dilly & Wolf’s twist on the traditional crisp, containing chickpeas, wholegrain spelt and yellow split peas. The Nuster is a savoury nut, lightly roasted pea and seed cluster.
Chisp is available in Hebridean Sea Salt, Seaweed and Malt Vinegar, and Sweet & Spicy Spelt and Chickpea, while Nusters come in British Pea, Wasabi, Macadamia and Chilli, or Spicy Roasted British Pea, Onion and Chilli.
Seda UK is part of Seda International Packaging Group, rigid and flexible packaging.