Nissha strengthens its portfolio with a 50 ml jar and lid made of biobased and compostable Sulapac material. The new German-made jar is ideal for water-based cosmetics and designed to minimize the environmental footprint of packaging.

The Japan-headquartered global packaging supplier thus expends its portfolio of sustainable packaging. The new jar is part of Nissha’s ecosense moulding product line-up which already includes a range of Sulapac packaging for supplements, dry food, and cosmetics made in Germany and Japan.

The new ecosense moulding 50 ml Sulapac jar is targeted to European customers particularly. The production takes place in Germany at Nissha Advanced Technology GmbH enabling a more local approach.

Many European brands appreciate Nissha’s streamlined design and technical excellence, while demand for truly sustainable packaging solutions is growing due to legislative pressure, climate targets, and the shift in consumer mindset,” says Miranda Sutton, Sales Manager at Sulapac.

The jar has been developed following a ‘minimalistic design’ concept, both regarding its appearance and the material usage. The jar is suitable both for oil-based and water-based cosmetic formulas. Thanks to the advanced bi-injection technology, the Sulapac Barrier is seamlessly integrated into the jar providing effective protection against water evaporation, and humidity, while maintaining an elaborate, harmonious appearance.

The jars are available in various colours and different Sulapac material grades. “From a natural look and feel with large, visible wood chips to a matt, smooth, ceramic-like finish, this jar caters to diverse tastes, much like nature itself,” explains Nils Wenzel, Sales Specialist at Nissha Europe.

The lid is compatible with 51 mm standard glass thread.Now, also glass jar users can simply replace their current Bakelite, ABS, or metal closures with a more sustainable option,” Wenzel points out.

The jar is available directly from Nissha and via APG Europe for small quantities.