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Article | April 4, 2007
Apple-shaped juice container scores with structural design
A convenient, single-serve apple-shaped apple juice container created for S. Martinelli & Co. is a successful attempt at using liquid nitrogen to purge the container headspace and pressurize a hot-fill PET beverage container from Graham Packaging Co. (www.grahampackaging.com). As a result, the panel-less bottle needs neither vacuum panels nor supporting ribs. All product information is embossed on this no-label-look package, heightening shelf presence.
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