Mini-Squeeze Bottles Look Good on Any Table

Mini-Squeeze Bottles Look Good on Any Table

05 Jun 2013 --- 300ml multilayer bottles from RPC Containers Corby’s Hercules range have been selected by Swiss specialist in condiments and sauces Reitzel for a new handy-size pack for foodservice operations.

Five classic sauces – ketchup, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, mild spicy mustard and tartar sauce - have been launched by Reitzel under the Hugo Reitzel brand. The practical, easy-squeeze Hercules bottles combine a user-friendly design with an attractive appearance, enhanced by large, colourful adhesive labels, to create a smart and stylish pack for guest tables or at the buffet. Reitzel has also produced a special three-bottle holder for restaurant tables.

The multilayer PP/EVOH/PP construction of the bottles gives the products an extended ambient shelf life, while the top down design helps to ensure complete evacuation of the product with no wastage. The lightweight bottles are also easy to handle for accurate portion control, while the tight fitting closure keeps the opening clear and clean.

"The Hercules bottles offer both style and convenience and the 300ml ‘Mini Squeeze’ size is ideal for all types of restaurants,” comments Philippe Michiels of Reitzel. "Their extended shelf life and storage outside the refrigerator are added benefits.”

The Hercules range, one of a number of standard multilayer bottle and jar ranges from RPC Blow Moulding, is available in four sizes – 300ml, 452ml, 670ml and 960ml.

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