| Sealed Air is a global provider of packaging solutions for the food, e-Commerce and industrial markets. Co. serves an array of end markets including food and beverage processing, food service, retail, commercial and consumer applications, by providing solutions integrating packaging materials, automated equipment, and services. Co.'s segments include: Food, which serves perishable food processors in fresh red meat, smoked and processed meat, poultry, seafood, plant-based and dairy markets worldwide; and Protective, in which its solutions are marketed under brands including Bubble Wrap® brand inflatable packaging and Sealed Air® brand performance shrink films. |
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