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Qosmedix: Low profile jar

Qosmedix introduces a low profile jar and accessories, for lotions, creams, gels and cleansing treatment pads
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Wine redesign encapsulates quality

Tin Roof wines are remodeled with a new look that’s based on finely tuned design expertise and a little luck.
Feature Article
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Malibu Wellness pumps new packaging

A polypropylene container that includes a no dip-tube dispensing pump provides waste-free dispensing and fits within a reusable outer SAN container, helping Malibu market its EC Mode skin-care products to salons, spas, and dermatologists.
Package Case Study
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The many different facets of glass packaging and sustainability

Sometimes assumptions about sustainability can obscure the clear facts.
Materials Product Brief
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Quality Container Co.: Quality Container Co.: HDPE bottles and jars

Alpha Packaging has added 215 new items to its online catalog including HDPE bottles and jars, and PET and PETG containers.
Supplier News
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McCormick and Weatherchem amicably resolve lawsuit

McCormick and Weatherchem have amicably agreed to settle and resolve the litigation arising from Weatherchem's introduction of a new non-refillable grinder package.
Machine Case Study
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Bush Brothers sticks it to glue problems

New can label adhesive applicators reduce adhesive use by 25%.
Package Case Study
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GPI toasts overall package design winner

New glass bottle packaging for Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey has earned Brown-Forman Corp., Louisville, KY, the overall package design award in the Glass Packaging Institute’s (www.gpi.org) 2007 Clear Choice Awards.
Package Case Study
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'Cardboard can' for soda?

Sagentia is developing a sustainable, bag-lined 'cardboard can' for soda and beer.
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A global perspective on sustainable packaging from kraft foods

The recently redesigned PET-based bottles for Kraft’s Crystal Light and Fruit2O brands (pictured) are 18 percent lighter than the bottles they are replacing. Following the completion of the phased introduction of the new bottles in the U.S., Kraft will reduce its PET usage by 8.7 million pounds per year.

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