It’s extrusion blow-molded of high-density polyethylene by Consolidated Container (Atlanta GA). High-impact graphics are provided by a reverse-printed stretch-sleeve film label from MRI (Newtown PA). Sleeving is done by Consolidated using three customized 10-head rotary sleeve applicators from PDC-Europe (Austin TX). Containers are shipped to P&G’s plant in Jackson TN where they are filled and heat-sealed with a triangular foil lidstock. A thermoformed overcap from Ivex (Wheaton IL) provides recloseability.
P&G likes the recycleable triangular canister because it protects against breakage.
Available in a 5.6-oz single can an 11.2-oz twin-pack and a 28-oz five-can pack P&G anticipates pricing of $1.69 $2.99 and $5.99 respectively. P&G expects most grocery stores mass merchandisers and convenience stores nationwide to carry Torengos which began shipping in December by the end of this month. (PR RL)
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