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‘Cracking the code for quality’

12 April 2013

RPC Containers Llantrisant has designed and produced a custom-moulded 1 litre PET bottle for the DaVinci Gourmet range of coffee syrups, as part of Kerry Foodservice’s move to create a global visual identity for the brand.

The new bottle imitates the shape of the previous 750ml size but the additional volume is said to offer enhanced benefits and convenience to operators. According to RPC: ‘the choice of PET provides excellent clarity to enable the syrups to be clearly visible and reflect the premium image of the DaVinci brand, while offering light weight, easy handling and resistance to breakage, all of which are vital benefits in busy café and kitchen environments’.

The bottle design features the DaVinci Gourmet name embossed onto the shoulder of the bottle. This is used to help position the main label on the bottle and there is an additional wraparound label on the neck.

“As part of the rationalisation of the range, we wanted to create a standard universal size bottle, but it was essential that we retained a great looking pack that conveyed both quality and value,” said Anthony Wilkinson, Kerry Foodservice marketing manager. RPC Llantrisant has delivered on all our requirements and it is additionally pleasing that we have been able to source a solution locally.”


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