Covington, Kentucky-based Novolex has rolled out a new line of packaging designed for takeout and delivery orders.

Blaze food containers — produced by Novolex brand Waddington North America — come in a variety of sizes and styles, with hinged or two-piece options.

“We’ve engineered Blaze hot food containers to ensure customers enjoy their meals at home as much as they do at a restaurant,” says Jennifer Heller, vice president of marketing for WNA. “This is an ideal solution for restaurants and caterers alike.”

The packaging features easy tear-away hinges, which allow for a less-cluttered dining experience, the company says, and the two-piece option offers a common lid that fits the various base sizes. All of the packaging can be recycled where facilities exist.

The line also includes three sizes of Contours Blaze catering trays with a patented EZ-Release tab system. The company says this gives the trays the ability to provide the same food preservation capabilities and delivery experience. 

“With Americans seeking more carryout choices ranging from appetizers to entrees, Blaze offers an innovative way to get meals to customers exactly the way they want them,” Heller says.  

The company also points out the ventilation and stacking capabilities of the packaging, as well as snap-tight, anti-fog lids.