Yet developing a package that would "optimize the product" was critical for Clearly Canadian based in Vancouver British Columbia Canada. "We wanted to make sure the ten-ounce bottle wouldn't get dwarfed on the shelf" says director of marketing Jonathan Cronin. So Karacters Design Group (Vancouv- er British Columbia Canada) designed a clear pressure-sensitive polypropylene film label that includes some upside-down text. This requires that consumers turn the bottle around to read it causing the spheres inside to do their dance. Labelad (Markem Ontario Canada) prints the label in five colors using letterpress and screen printing. A back label containing nutrition information is screen-printed in white. Consumers Glass (Etobicoke Ontario Canada) supplies the wide-mouth custom glass bottle. "We see this as a gulpable product even though it has gel spheres" states Cronin. Alcoa Closures (Indianapolis IN) provides the aluminum screw-on cap printed with the Orbitz web site address. Co-packed by an unspecified supplier the unique beverage requires a patent-pending dual-filling system to accommodate the gel spheres. Geared for a teen-aged market four flavors of Orbitz were launched to select markets on Memorial Day and expansion is planned. Suggested retail price is $1.29.