Berry Global introduces a new closure for sauces

The closure is lighter and recyclable

Berry Global introducing a new lightweight and recyclable closure for sauces
Berry Global introducing a new lightweight and recyclable closure for sauces

A new closure from Berry Global, specifically created for sauces, demonstrates the company’s circular design capabilities in devising a lightweight and recyclable solution while delivering consumer convenience benefits.

Berry has utilized its technical skills to create a lighter closure than other available versions, offering valuable material savings without compromising its strength and durability to ensure consistently reliable performance. The closure is manufactured 100% in polypropylene (PP).

Berry Global’s new closure to meet the needs of the food sector

The closure design features an extended narrow spout that provides controlled and accurate dispensing of the product for the end-user. It can be specified in snap-on or screw-on versions and is suitable for bottles with a 38 millimeter neck finish, including Berry’s extensive range of standard sauce bottles, enabling the company to offer customers a complete bottle and closure solution.

“Our new closure has been designed to be extremely versatile to meet the many different needs of the food sector while delivering a reliable performance and helping food manufacturers to improve the sustainability of their packaging,” commented Matthias Hammersen, sales director Food Market, Berry Global. “We look forward to continuing to support our customers in achieving their lightweighting objectives and developing packaging solutions that help them become even more sustainable.”


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