Easy Handling Bottle Combines Safety And Protection

Easy Handling Bottle Combines Safety And Protection

21 Mar 2018 --- The 900g Euro Squeeze multilayer polypropylene bottle from RPC Corby has been selected by leading Greek food manufacturer Provil SA for its new Sandwich Creams range of sauces. The bottle combines safe handling, ease of use and effective product protection to support and maintain Provil SA’s brand image and help build customer loyalty.

Its excellent clarity enables the five products in the range –Tartar, Sundried Tomato, Smokey, Wasabi and Sweet and Spicy Mustard – to be attractively displayed, while the large labeling area ensures effective on-shelf branding.

The multilayer PP/EVOH/PP structure provides effective protection against oxygen ingress to deliver an extended ambient shelf for the products. “The Euro Squeeze bottle is lightweight, easy to use and squeezable, making it the ideal solution for both professional and home use,” comments Mrs Hara Kougiournitzi, Marketing Coordinator at Provil. The Euro Squeeze range is available in a wide variety of sizes to meet individual customer requirements.

Source: Rpc and Provil

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