Our food cans are at the forefront of innovation. Using 100% infinitely recyclable metal, we help you to deliver the highest level of convenience, protection and freshness to your customers.
From the can manufacturing process to the creation of eye-catching package design, the Trivium team is here to support you every step of the way.
We’re the world’s leading supplier of aluminium and steel cans for seafood and the Trivium team are here to help you get the best result. Discover innovative range and how our sustainable metal packaging can protect your produce – and promote your brand.
Our aluminium and steel cans provide the ultimate in food protection and preservation. We make it possible to go from harvesting to canning in as little as five hours – meaning our metal packaging delivers a level of nutrition comparable to that of fresh food, without preservatives or refrigeration.
Our steel and aluminium cans are also unbreakable, heat- and puncture-resistant and impervious to oxygen, light and bacteria.
And, metal cans offer one of the most sustainable forms of packaging. Aluminium and steel cans can be 100% recycled repeatedly without loss of quality.
Our steel and aluminium cans are:
When French food manufacturers Bonduelle identified a gap in the market for smaller servings of vegetables to accompany meals, they turned to Trivium for a packaging solution.
The result was a new line of single-serving vegetables, including sweetcorn, chickpeas, kidney beans and mushrooms, packaged in easy-open steel mini cans. Distinctive, high-definition graphics ensure the product stands out on the shelf while satisfying consumer desire for increased variety, colour and taste on the plate.
With a range of shapes and a track record of creating distinctive decoration, Trivium enhances the value of metal packaging by helping brands differentiate.
We lead the industry in our commitment to, and investment in, new shaping and printing technologies. Plus, our experienced and knowledgeable customer service teams provide support for all aspects of can filling, seaming and processing.