- Contract Packaging
- Leaders in Packaging
Article | July 31, 1999
Smoothie label sends fresh message
Pacific Beach, the newest brand to merge into the herbally enhanced smoothie tidal wave, sets itself apart by listing non-fat yogurt and chunks of fruit among its ingredients.
Shane Donavan vice president of Pacific Coast Brands in South Laguna CA says he hopes to convey those fresh ingredients on the label with crisp images of fruit.
"I have three seconds to make people want this product and that means the label" Donavan says. "I have one chance for people to see great fruit great color great freshness great price."
The pressure-sensitive label designed by Donavan is a 60# paper label adhesive-laminated to a 3/4-mil layer of polypropylene that protects the paper from moisture damage and abrasion. Converter Lord Label (Fullerton CA) prints the label in eight colors on a flexo press. The 16-oz stock bottle injection/stretch blow-molded of polyethylene terephthalate is by Bomatic Inc. (Ontario CA). The low-density PE cap from Consumer Cap (New Castle PA) is injection-molded with a tear-away TE band. A contract packager cold-fills the pasteurized product.
On the market since June Pacific Beach Smoothies are available from Denver down to Arizona and west to Hawaii. The beverage has a refrigerated 60-day shelf life and retails for $1.89.
Related Sponsored Content
E-Book Special Report
Total Cost of Ownership
Sign up to receive timely updates from our editors and download this E-Book Special Report to learn how to calculate the true Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of your packaging machinery.