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More than 20 billion cases of non-alcoholic beverages are sold every year in the United States. That’s over 100 gallons of liquid for every person. Succeeding in this market is tricky. There are massive players like Coca-Cola, Dean Foods, and Nestlé. But there are also smaller, more nimble players that are grabbing share of stomach by providing differentiation and new ideas.
Standing out on the supermarket shelf or in the c-store cooler requires tasty formulation, eye-catching marketing, efficient distribution, and – to capture and engage the consumer – excellent packaging.
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Berlin Packaging has provided packaging solutions to beverage manufacturers and brand owners for decades. We help brands succeed in the marketplace with superior, affordable packaging.
No matter your size, positioning, or packaging needs – we provide turnkey service; we bring you anything and everything from concept to commercialization, and we do it on-time and within budget.
Berlin Packaging’s trained Packaging Consultants are able to work hand-in-hand with all areas of your organization including marketing, engineering, and production. The goal is to not only have a package that is marketable, but functions well on the filling line to ensure operational excellence.
Torani Smoothie Mix
Torani Smoothie Mix is widely used for beverage service, and – thanks to the clever custom design of the bottle closure – bartenders can serve drinks faster and restaurants and bars can better protect patrons from spoiled or contaminated products.
Unlike the chugging-pour typical round orifice dispensing caps deliver, which is amplified by viscous mixtures like smoothies, the patented Torani closure has a built-in venting feature that enables a smooth pour. To achieve this, Berlin Packaging’s Studio One Eleven conducted iterative rapid-prototyping to evaluate a range of concepts designed for glug-free dispensing and easy one-handed use.
The resulting closure design guides the user’s thumb into the dispensing position, meaning bartenders don’t have to look at cap position when removing the bottle from the speed well. At the end of a restaurant shift, bottles must be covered to prevent spoilage and contamination. While most products require cling wrap, an ineffective solution, the Torani closure provides a thorough seal, thus ensuring safety.