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One green tottle...

10 September 2010

Measom Freer has added a new bottle shape to its stock bottles range. The 'Fosse' range will launch with 125 and 250ml options

It will be manufactured in-house from natural MDPE, other polythenes and clarified and natural polypropylene with colours to order.

The bottles come with its own flip top closure giving it a unique look to help with product identity and shelf prominence. The tottle option, meaning it can stand on its cap, makes this versatile bottle ideal for the food market. Screen printing in one or several colours is also available to complete the product.

With a minimum of 10% PCR (post consumer regrind) used throughout their stock bottle ranges, Measom Freer are tackling the recycling issue head on.

In fact they are so committed to reducing plastic waste that they are about to be audited for the British Standard 8555 Certified Environmental Management System. With post consumer and industrial recycled plastic now more widely available they can now produce the majority of their products in PCR.

Measom Freer also manufactures an extensive plastic packaging range, from jars and boxes to measuring scoops and fasteners with all their products designed and manufactured in-house. You'll find whatever your packaging need for oils, seasoning, sauces and drinks, they may already have just what you are looking for!

Speak to their Sales team now to find out more about how these stunning bottles can enhance your brand image and shelf presence.

In addition, their stock packaging has a flexible minimum order quantity of just a single box which means minimal lead-times, optimising your cash flow and stock management. Measom Freer Tel +44 (0)116 2881588, Fax +44 (0)116 2813000, sales@measomfreer.co.uk or online at www.measomfreer.co.uk


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