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Glassy sophistication

Glass containers from 12 packaged goods companies were awarded the 2008 Clear Choice Awards from the Glass Packaging Institute (www.gpi.org).
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Recognized for Overall Package Design was the bottle for Rose’s Mojito, a line of non-alcoholic mojito mixers from Plano, TX-based Cadbury Schweppes Beverages Americas. Vitro Packaging (www.vitro.com) makes the 21-oz angled glass bottles, which retail for $6.49.
The bottle’s rightward curve is designed to communicate sleek, trendy sophistication. The designer bottles also nest neatly side-by-side to create an eye-catching display.
Shelf impact is enhanced by 2-mil biaxially oriented polypropylene label that is printed in nine colors by Brook & Whittle (www.brookandwhittle.com) in a process that combines UV flexo and screen printing.
To see the other 11 GPI Clear Choice Awards winners, visit www.gpi.org/press/awards/index2008.html.

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