Plum – The Full Effect






1 in 5 children are starving, right here in America.  Not starving for calories, starving for food.  Real Food & Nutritious food!  The kind of food every little one deserves.

The result?  Malnutrition.  Diabetes. Obesity.  Tots who can’t play.  Kids who can’t learn.  Unless we do something profound, that’s 1 in 5 dreams with no place to go.

So let’s do something profound….

Cheer Pack donated 500,000 pouches to this great cause!

Happy Family’s Clearly Crafted pouches bring clarity to baby foods

Packaging Digest April 2016

Happy Family’s Clearly Crafted baby food pouches use aluminum oxide for barrier and transparency—and the company prints the specific product recipe on the back.

Happy Family’s new Clearly Crafted organic baby foods under the Happy Baby branding are all about transparency—and so is the packaging.

In announcing the launch earlier this month, the company positions the 12-product line as the first national brand with fully transparent baby food pouches packed with premium, organic ingredients consumers can see. It is also the first organic brand to list its recipes directly on the pouch, according to the company.

Cheer Pack launched its new ALOx pouch in 2015

Cheer Pack is excited to launch its new clear film structure based on ALOx films.   This is a non-foil structure with full or partial ink coverage.  There are many benefits of using this structure which includes product visibility and microwavability.  The option of adding an ALOx bottom gusset onto our standard hot fill pouches is now available.

Visit the “Products” tab on our website and go to “Innovations” to learn more about this exciting new product.

Governor cites Cheer Pack as a manufacturing model

Enterprise News May 2013

WEST BRIDGEWATER —  Cheer Pack of North America is only three years old but has already made its mark on the state’s manufacturing industry, Gov. Deval Patrick said during a visit to the West Bridgewater company on Thursday.  “This company’s on fire,” Patrick said during a tour of the food packaging facility.  Cheer Pack North America was launched in 2008 to bring pouch packaging to North America, expanding on technology launched in Europe nearly 20 years ago.

Last May, Cheer Pack moved a manufacturing facility from Plymouth Industrial Park to a larger space at One United Drive in West Bridgewater.  The West Bridgewater site develops the laminated pouches, injection straws and caps and ships products worldwide. During its recent boom, Cheer Pack has done the packaging of pureed food products for Gerber, Beech Nut, Heinz, Motts, and Ella’s Kitchen, among others.  “I am excited about this company because this is advanced manufacturing growing right here in Massachusetts,” the governor said, “and we’re glad to have been part of it.”

West Bridgewater company plans to hire more workers at new building

Enterprise News September 2012

There was good news Tuesday for folks looking for work in a struggling economy: Cheer Pack North America plans to expand and add more jobs over the 75 employees added when it moved recently into town.  Steve Gosling, president of Cheer Pack, said the company plans to add 25 to 30 more jobs in the next four months. The company currently has 110 employees.  “All aspects of the business are growing so we’ll be adding to the sales group and all general support, purchasing, procurement,” Gosling said.

The company celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebration at noon today at the plant at One United Drive.  The company started operations in its new 187,000-square-foot space on United Drive in August. It hired 75 people to work as engineers, machine operators and laborers in shipping and receiving, among other job duties, Gosling said.

Cheer Pack announced in February it would move its manufacturing from Plymouth Industrial Park to a larger space on United Drive in West Bridgewater.  The company used its former site to attach straws to food pouches produced overseas.  It plans to manufacture those pouches in the new site.

In March, the town voted at a special town meeting to grant a tax increment financing agreement to the company.  The town expects to receive $600,000 in new tax revenues over the next 15 years even with the tax agreement.

CDF Corp., a Plymouth manufacturer, launched the company in 2010 as a joint venture with two partners – Gualapack, an Italian company, and Hosokawa Yoko, the Japanese firm that invented the flexible packaging.

“We’re off to a really good start,” Gosling said.

CDF Corporation: Pouches, bag-in-boxes, pails, liners

Packaging World September 2010

CDF’s Cheer Pack is a flexible spouted single-serve retail pouch serving the food and beverage and cosmetic industries. The Cheertainer is an innovative form-fit bag-in-box for small and large volume needs. Ranging in size from 5 to 20 liters, the Cheertainer is UN certified and manufactured with CDF1 Smart Seal Technology™. The Smart Pail is a semi-rigid, flexible vacuum-formed plastic liner with the option of a hermetically sealed lid and/or snap-on plastic cover, corrugated box and corrugated lid. The Smart Pail was developed for viscous and dry products.

Exec: New firm Cheer Pack primed to grow

Plastic News July 2010

Plastic drum and pail manufacturer CDF Corp. of Plymouth, Mass., recently entered into a partnership with packaging suppliers Guala Closures SpA of Alessandria, Italy, and Hosokawa Yoko Co. Ltd. of Tokyo, to create Cheer Pack North America LLC.

The new firm, based in Plymouth, will develop and support spouted packaging technology for North American markets in multilayer laminate gusseted films.

In addition to its 100,000-square-foot heat-sealing, blow molding and thermoforming facility in Plymouth, CDF has invested in a second, 109,000-square-foot facility for Cheer Pack production.


Pouch format is ‘baby food 2.0

Two of the key brands in this innovative company’s portfolio come in this pouch format. The Cheer Pack pouches and the equipment for filling and capping them come from Cheer Pack North America, a strategic partnership established in 2008 and consisting of Japan’s Hosokawa Yoko, Italy’s Gualapack, and the USA’s CDF Corp.

The pouches being marketed by The Nest Collective are made at a Hosokawa Yoko plant in China. The machinery filling and capping these pouches comes from Gualapack in Italy.