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Lakeland Dairies opts for Tetra Pak’s carton bottles

October 01
10:19 2012

Irish dairy co-operative Lakeland Dairies has turned to Tetra Pak to package its range of single and double creams

The Tetra Top 250ml Carton Bottles were selected, which incorporate a re-sealable, screw top lid. The top has a two-step opening, with a spiral pull tab designed to keep the contents secure and protected.

Evan Scicluna, product manager of Lakeland Dairies said: “We are really excited about this new range. We can’t believe that cream in cartons is so rare in the UK – it makes complete sense. It is much easier to use and store, and the re-sealable lid helps the cream stay fresh for longer.”

Morrisons will be the first retailer to stock the Lakeland Dairies Cream range. The products have an extended shelf-life of up to 60 days and the bottle is made primarily from FSC-certified paperboard.

Andrew Smith, marketing manager at Tetra Pak, said: “The Tetra Top 250ml Carton Bottle is one of our most innovative product designs, combining the convenience of a bottle with all the advantages of carton packaging, and I am delighted that Lakeland Dairies has chosen to use it.

“Its quick to open and easy to re-seal cap makes it perfect for carrying around or laying in the fridge, even after opening, making it the ideal choice for consumers at home and on the go.”

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