Global Grinders’ Ozone Sanitising Chamber

Global Grinders’ invests in latest Covid19 sanitising technology to help curb the spread.

As we all know, the global COVID-19 pandemic has been an unprecedented shock for businesses across the globe. Some have closed down almost entirely, whilst others are continuing to operate with some staff working from home. Fortunately, Global Grinders has been able to maintain this essential manufacturing service throughout the lockdown which began in March 2020.

The food packaging industry plays a vital role in the food supply chain and we are pleased that we could remain operational during this challenging period. Without reliable packaging supplies, this sector would grind to a halt.

Everyone has had to get used to new ways of working but in many ways the adaptations required in a manufacturing environment are greater than most and for this we thank our staff for all the extra effort they have offered.

We have risen to this challenge by introducing intensive training, strict social distancing and additional hygiene measures in our factory, to ensure that operations run safely. More importantly, we have ensured that the safety and wellbeing of all our staff remains our main priority.

As an additional measure to help curb the spread, we have recently installed a High Tech Ozone Chamber, where all of our products are moved through, in order to sanitise before despatching. Each carton will be marked with a label stating that it has been through the sanitising process, for your peace of mind.


We wish to thank all of our valued customers for their patience and support during these trying times.


Global Grinders Tours Southern France

During a business trip in early spring our European sales manager had the opportunity to visit some of our customers and their impressive facilities. She toured the saltpans on Brittany’s coastline, including the Guérande salt marshes.

The area is famous for the “salt eyes” which are formed from the clay and salt water filled pans that reflect the sky looking like little scattered eyes. Here they harvest the very exclusive “Fleur de sel” the “crème de la crème” of the saltpans where sauniers – the local term for salt harvesters, rake salt from shallow waters in an ancient tradition practiced almost nowhere else in the world.

The salt harvest commences in June and continues throughout summer. Age old artisanal methods and technology are still in use to harvest approximately 12000 mt of salt a year.

Great care is taken to conserve the nature and natural bird life in the wetlands including controlling the volume of tourists.

We wish all our clients many more successful years ahead and continued growth.

Thank you to all who took part and who met with us, the hospitality was truly appreciated.