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Pacific Packaging Components, Inc: Bottle delivers “last drop”

Using a patented built-in reservoir, Pacific Packaging’s unique, heavy-weighted glass bottle allows consumers to use every last remaining drop of its contents.
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The bulb dropper is able to reach into the reservoir for the final drops of product.  Normal bulb and push button dropper packages on the average waste about 2-5% of the formula per bottle, according to the company. For customers that are spending a premium price for a high-end formula, the ability to consume the entire product is important.

The bottles are currently available in 30ml size with two designs – rounded square glass or rounded cylinder.  The bottles may be frosted, sprayed, or metalized to obtain a cohesive look for a product line. The decoration options are limitless – silk screen, hot stamp, off-set printing, or label. The high-end bulb dropper is available with glass pipette, and over shell collar that may be customized in shiny, matte, or injection- molded colors.
 

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