Sayreville-based Sabert Corp. recently celebrated the official announcement of National Sabert Day. The city issued a proclamation that May 3 will now be known as National Sabert Day to commemorate the company’s 40th anniversary and the date of its first hire, the founder and CEO of Sabert, Albert Salama. County officials, including Business Administrator Glenn Skarzynski, Councilwoman Mary Novak, Councilman John Zebrowski and Councilwoman Donna Roberts, presented this declaration at the company’s headquarters.
“We are deeply honored to receive this recognition from Sayreville, especially during a significant milestone in our company’s history,” Salama said. “Our unwavering passion for food and innovative mindset is driven by our employees, who are at the heart of everything we do here at Sabert. We are thankful for the city’s engagement efforts throughout the years to help attract even more talent and residents to the area. We are proud to be part of a community that values our entrepreneurial spirit and supports a dynamic culture of growth.”
Sabert designs, manufactures and distributes a wide array of food packaging solutions for food distributors, restaurants and caterers, grocery stores and national food chains. The company is also recognized for its longstanding sustainability commitments, including responsible operational practices, facility enhancements and investments in eco-friendly product innovation. Most recently, Sabert announced it would eliminate all intentionally added per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances from its full product portfolio by the end of 2023.
In addition to 10 worldwide manufacturing facilities, Sabert is home to over 500 employees across three Middlesex County locations, including a state-of-the-art manufacturing site and a full-service recycling facility, Nuvida, located in Monmouth Junction.