- 500 x Kraft Brown Paper Soup Tubs - Multiple Sizes£30.11 £25.09
- 500 x Paper Lids For Kraft Paper Soup Tubs£44.06 £36.72
- 50 x 7oz Kraft Brown Paper Food Tubs & Flat Lids
Starting at £3.48 £2.90
- 700 x Round 365ml Tamper Evident Containers and Lids£112.88 £94.07
- 480 x 520ml Round Tamper Evident Containers and Lids£126.91 £105.76
- 500 x 6oz Kraft Brown Paper Food Tubs With Card Lids Available
Starting at £40.01 £33.34
Types of Soup Containers
Soup containers come in different shapes, sizes, and materials. Here are the most common types:
Disposable Soup Containers
Disposable soup containers are designed for one-time use. They are usually made of materials like plastic, paper, or foam, which are sturdy enough but are not designed to last. Plastic soup containers are popular due to their durability, lightweight material, and low cost.
Our range includes tamper-evident plastic soup containers and lids at various size capacities. The design gives you the peace of mind that your food product has not been tampered with.
Catering Soup Containers
Catering soup containers are designed for commercial use, especially in the catering and food industries. They are usually large in size and can hold a significant amount of soup. They are made of durable materials such as plastic, kraft paper or white paper.
Kraft paper catering soup containers are popular due to their light weight, low cost, and lower environmental impact. Paper catering soup containers are eco-friendly, microwaveable, freezer-safe, and can be recycled. Our catering soup containers have excellent thermal properties that keep the food inside hot while the outside remains comfortable to the touch.
Soup Packaging Containers
Soup packaging containers are designed for retail use, and are perfect for supermarkets, grocery shops, and convenience stores. They are small in size and can hold a single serving of soup. They are made of materials such as plastic, white paper, or kraft paper.
Recyclable Soup Containers
Recyclable soup containers are made of materials that can be recycled, such as kraft paper, polypropylene plastic or white paper. They are eco-friendly and help to reduce waste when they are recycled properly. Recyclable soup containers can be used for both commercial and retail purposes.
Eco-Friendly Soup Containers
Eco-friendly soup containers are made of materials that are sustainably sourced and either biodegradable or recyclable. They are designed to reduce environmental pollution and help you meet sustainability targets. Eco-friendly soup containers can be made of materials such as compostable PLA and paperboard.
Benefits of Using Soup Containers
There are several benefits of choosing soup containers from W.F. Denny, including:
Convenience: Soup containers make it easy to store, transport, and serve soup. They come in different sizes and shapes, meaning that we have products to suit any setting.
Freshness: Soup containers help to keep soup fresh and warm for longer periods. They provide insulation and prevent spillage, which helps to preserve the quality of the soup to keep customers satisfied.
Portion Control: Soup containers come in different sizes, which helps to control the portion size of the soup. This is important for caterers, as it allows you to sell different sizes, manage your stock and maintain product consistency.
Hygiene: Soup containers are designed to be hygienic and prevent contamination. They come with lids that prevent air and germs from entering the soup, ensuring that it is safe to consume and enabling you to meet strict allergen requirements.
Branding: Soup containers can be customised with logos, designs, or branding information. This is a great marketing strategy if you want your product to promote your brand in the hands of customers.
Factors to Consider When Choosing Soup Containers
When choosing soup containers, here are some important factors to consider:
Material: Consider the material of the soup container, and choose one that is suitable for your needs. For instance, if you are looking for a disposable option, paperboard paper may be a good choice. If you want a tamper-evident option, our plastic options will be more suitable.
Size: Consider the size of the soup container and choose one that is appropriate for your needs. If you are serving a single portion of soup at a time, a small packaging container may be sufficient. If you are serving soup for a larger group of people, a catering container may be more suitable.
Insulation: Consider the insulation properties of the soup container. If you want to keep soup warm for a long time, choose a container that provides good insulation. Kraft paper or white paper containers are usually better at insulation than plastic containers.
Sustainability: Consider the sustainability of the soup container and choose one that aligns with your values and those of your customers. Furthermore, you will often have to consider the venue you are catering to; if it is a festival or event with a commitment to limit environmental impact, you may have specific requirements to follow. If you want an eco-friendly option, choose a container that is made of sustainable materials and can be easily recycled or composted.
Why Choose W.F. Denny?
Soup containers are an essential item for anyone who wants to store, transport, or serve soup. They come in different types, sizes, and materials, making it easy to choose one that suits your needs. Whether you are in the catering or food industry or just want to store soup at home, we have a soup container that is right for you. By choosing a soup container from W.F. Denny, you can enjoy the benefits of convenience, freshness, portion control, hygiene, and branding.
Can soup containers be recycled?
Yes, many soup containers can be recycled, although this depends on the material they are made of. Polypropylene containers, for example, can be recycled.
What is the best material for soup containers?
The best material for soup containers depends on your needs. Plastic is more durable, while paper is eco-friendly and biodegradable. Paper containers provide excellent insulation but are not secure, while our plastic containers are tamper-evident.
Can soup containers be microwaved?
Some soup containers are microwave-safe, while others are not. Always check the label or packaging before microwaving soup containers, and check product descriptions before purchasing a product for a catering or commercial application. If in doubt, transfer the soup to a microwave-safe bowl before heating it.
Browse the range of catering soup containers
Soup containers are an important item for anyone who wants to store, transport, or serve portions of soup. By choosing the right soup container, you deliver the exact product your customers are looking for. Consider the type, size, material, insulation, and sustainability when choosing soup containers.
With these tips in mind, you can find a soup container that meets your needs and helps to promote sustainability from W.F. Denny. Order today before 1pm for same-day dispatch, or get in touch to see how we can help you meet your needs. Call us on 0161 927 4949 or fill out our contact form.