Herbs & Spices

  • Packaging Solutions for Industry

P. Wilkinson Containers supply leading herbs & spices companies with a wide range of packaging solutions.

We have developed our range of products to cater for herbs and spices. Our different packaging solutions offer a variety of features such as tamper evidence, high clarity or premium closures. We offer bespoke artwork options on plastic (IML & labelled) printed with digital presses on a selection of label substrates, as well as litho options onto metal.

The materials used in these ranges spread through PP, PET and HDPE plastics, Tinplate and Aluminium – some of which are suitable for wet environments and others for durability. If you are unsure what packaging may suit your herbs and spices application, then please contact one of our team for more advice – or select from one of the ranges below for more product images and information.


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British Pepper & Spice

British Pepper & Spice is a B2B supplier, providing other manufacturers or food services came to P. Wilkinson Containers in 2012 to order a range of large buckets for wholesale food use. The main challenge with this client is offering a consistent supply at a competitive price point.



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P Wilkinson Containers was able to offer the client a range of 3, 10 and 20 litre buckets, complete with lids. The 10L bucket, while not bespoke to the customer, has a drop handle which is non-standard. Holding stock for enables us to offer flexibility in order quantities, which means the client can offer a stable supply. We also occasionally supply British Pepper & Spice with 20L Poly Bottles.



Liberte Cherie

Liberte Cherie is an independent food ship on Portobello Road in London, who approached P. Wilkinson Containers to replace plastic spice jars with metal tins in a bid to be more environmentally conscious.



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Wilkinson Containers supplied Liberte Cherie with 57x70mm lever lid tins in plain silver tinplate with food grade laquer inside for spices, and a 25L pail dry products. The tins are made on site at the William Say factory, also in London – so not only are the spice tins 100% recyclable, but they also have a very short delivery journey and small carbon footprint.