May 26, 2022

Berry’s new PET bottle: Ideal for a ‘café at home’

Berry M&H has launched a 250ml PET bottle for syrups to meet growing consumer demand for the creation of flavoured drinks in the home.

The new bottle provides a convenient retail size for a wide variety of syrups, fruit mixes, sauces, frappes, liqueurs, and smoothies, offering easy storage along with safe and comfortable handling. This enables consumers to create a ‘café at home’ and enjoy their favorite flavored beverages whenever they want.

The bottle offers a slim, elegant design and can be manufactured in natural PET, with the clarity of the material providing an ideal showcase for the products. A choice of colours is also available. A generous decoration area, suitable for labelling or printing, enhances brand individualisation and on-shelf appeal.

In addition, to support customers in meeting their sustainability commitments, the bottle can be produced in up to 100% food-grade post-consumer recycled PET (rPET), which helps to contribute towards a circular economy for plastic.

Berry M&H can also supply an accompanying plastic ROPP 28-18 closure to offer a complete container and closure package.

“The new bottle is in response to retailer requests for a more compact size for the home syrups market,” explained Berry M&H Llantrisant’s sales manager Dean Williams.  “We believe its combination of an attractive appearance and excellent functionality provides the perfect solution.”

The 250ml size joins an existing 1 litre version, launched last year, which is ideal for foodservice markets and enables manufacturers to create a family range for their products.

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