PocketPaks™ retail packs include a 24-count blister-packed vial, a 72-count blister containing three 24-count vials, and a 16-count vial blister-packed sleeve. A 144-count clubstore pack contains six 24-count vials. The packs feature easy opening and tamper evidence.
Just in time for the fall season is Amurol Confections’ Caramel Apple Bubble Gum, packaged in a reusable apple-shaped polypropylene cup and a removable acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene lid. A polyvinyl chloride heat-shrink label conforms to the shape of the container, delivering graphics via a modified flexo press.
Originally, I had intended to overlook the issue of terrorism in this months column, recognizing that timing is one of the perils of writing something that wont be in readers hands for several weeks.
The allure of Havana’s sophisticated nightlife emerges through the image of an exotic woman to become the icon that dominates the full-body shrink label adorning Havana, an iced coffee from North American Beverage Co., Ocean City, NJ.
Like other juice marketers, Welch’s has typically relied on heat-set polyethylene terephthalate when converting from glass to plastic. But the firm changed that pattern when it came time to design a plastic alternative to its 10-oz single-serve glass containers. This time, the Concord, MA-based firm opted for a translucent polypropylene bottle rather than clear PET.