Hoffmann Neopac Debuts Fully Metal Child-Resistant Tins for Cannabis Edibles, Pills and Pouches at MJBizCon

Hoffmann Neopac, a global provider of high-quality metal and plastic packaging for pharma, beauty and oral care, is launching a fully metal version of its child-resistant high barrier tins. The completely recyclable, mono-material CR Tins are ideal for a wide variety of dry and semi-dry cannabis products including edibles, CBD oils, creams, gummies and concentrates.

Samples of this novel sustainable packaging solution were displayed at the Hoffman Neopac AG Booth at MJBizCon in Las Vegas, November 16-18. To accommodate certain bulky products used in the cannabis sector – including large gummies – the new 70mm-diameter tins stand slightly higher than their predecessors, at 26.5mm in height. They have a capacity of 80-85ml.

Hoffmann Neopac’s fully metal tins represent the next generation of the company’s existing CR Tins with plastic inserts. By converting to a fully metal construct, the tins are not only more recyclable, but also help lock in freshness and provide protection from light.

Hoffmann Neopac (hoffmann-neopac.com)

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