Aptar Food + Beverage brings new closures for honey dispensing

The company promotes recyclability

Aptar Food + Beverage offering its new recyclable closures for honey dispensing
Aptar Food + Beverage offering its new recyclable closures for honey dispensing

Over nearly 50 years of producing closures, Aptar Food + Beverage has offered a wide range of closures paired with the best-in-class flow control valves to help promote a clean and enjoyable consumer experience for honey consumers.

Aptar’s products give enhance consumer convenience and satisfaction 

Understanding the messy experience of dispensing honey, Aptar’s products, such as Dolce, Royal, Ultra Pour Spout, and the Frost collection, are designed to promote cleanliness. Those closures can be integrated with its high-performance valves, SimpliSqueeze or SimpliCycle. The valve assists with clean product cutoff, reducing unwanted spills, and keeping both the bottle and the closure clean. Additionally, SimpliSqueeze and SimpliCycle help with product dosing and provide constant product flow, bringing even more convenience for consumers.

These closures can act as a wide base for inverted packaging where the product is always ready to be dispensed, and therefore, help to increase product evacuation. Additionally, the large finger recesses and easy-open lids allow for one-handed use, enabling consumers to easily lift, squeeze, and close the lid, all with one-handed convenience.

Promote recyclability

Aptar’s closures can be paired with Aptar’s SimpliCycle recyclable valve, which is easily separated from the PET stream and recycled within the PP/PE olefin stream.

Stand out on store shelves

Beyond consumer convenience and promoting recyclability, Aptar’s closures are offered in many stock color options. They can be customized to match brands’ identities and catch consumers’ attention on the shelf.

Another way these solutions help brands differentiate is through features such as Dolce’s unique shape and tab top’s ergonomic design, as well as through Royal’s bi-injection capabilities.


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