Vaska’s laundry cleaning product line is filled into transparent 21-fl-oz “wedge” bottles and 42-fl-oz handled bottles with see-through in-mold labeling.
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IMLs clearly consumer-attractive, cost-competitive, and eco-friendly

Vaska Home Products heightens brand identity and lowers printing expenses and inventory requirements by opting for transparent in-mold labeling technology.
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Flip-top, tight-close caps stop drips and overflows

Salad dressing maker opts for consumer-convenient, easy-flow, flip-top dispenser caps and gets reliable, on-time delivery.
Spoonable sweetener. Spoonable, stackable, appealing on shelf, comfortable to the hand--these are just a few attributes designed
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Truvia goes spoonable in one sweet package

Now the third-leading sweetener in the sugar substitute category, Cargill’s Truvia brand adds a rigid container to its packaging formats.
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Contemporizing a classic brand, with a 10% sales spike

 It is possible for a flagging iconic brand to become relevant again to consumers.
A filled, capped, and labeled 64-oz bottle.
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Redundancy rules at Old Orchard

Cap coders, case erectors, case packers, and case tapers are redundant to make sure this high-output, hot-fill PET line for fruit juice can produce up to its potential.See video
Scotts' new Nursery Select line was designed to appeal 
to women shoppers.
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Scotts designs line for independent nurseries

New Miracle-Gro Nursery Select plant care line is sold only to independent nurseries and is designed to appeal to female shoppers.
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NACD's Best of Show winner clears clogs

While the late Bernard Seid spent much of his professional life in Cleveland, the award bearing his name is taking up more than temporary residence in the Cincinnati area.
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Campbell reshapes bowl

Campbell Soup Co., Camden, NJ, hopes to bowl consumers over with a new design for “Soup to go!” that’s taller, slimmer and curvier than the ubiquitous microwavable bowls it debuted in summer ’99. Soup to go! was re-introduced in a new bowl starting last August.
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Baking soda shake up

The Arm & Hammer Div. of Church & Dwight now offers its all-natural baking soda in a waterproof “sink-side” container that is an alternative to its venerable 59¢ paperboard “Yellow Box.” The 12-oz white pigmented high-density polyethylene container, which keeps water out, allows consumers to keep baking soda closer to the sink.