Specialty packaging manufacturer J.L. Clark(www.jlclark.com) has won the 2012 “Best of Food Category” in the International Metal Decorators Association’s “Excellence in Quality” Competition, with a metal container produced for B. Manischewitz Company, the nation’s largest manufacturer of processed kosher food products.
The Manischewitz “Coconut Macaroons” tin showcases many of J.L. Clark's impressive in-house metal lithography and fabrication capabilities, according to J.L. Clark director of sales Mike Tolliver. “As you might imagine, Manischewitz are sticklers for print quality, particularly on a tin of this type where the full color lithography depicts not only the macaroons contents, but a chronology of the company’s amazing 125 years history,” Tolliver says. “The color registration on this tin is a great example of what sets J.L. Clark apart.”
J.L. Clark’s previous IMDA “Excellence in Quality” winners have included a holographic popcorn tin for Houston Harvest, a Barnum's Animal Cracker tin, a commemorative Dale Earnhardt tin and the 2011 winner -- a Band-Aid® Brand Collector's Series tin.
J.L. Clark is a division of CLARCOR, a $1 billion, diversified marketer and manufacturer of mobile, industrial and environmental filtration products and consumer and industrial packaging products sold in domestic and international markets.