Maximize product purity while offering attractive packaging with amber glass bottles. Amber glass can help extend shelf life by protecting delicate ingredients from breaking down quickly and spoiling the product. The variety of unique glass bottle shapes, sizes, and volumes available from Berlin Packaging provides multiple industries the right container for their market.

A Variety of Shapes and Sizes

Wide mouth, long neck, and square bottles with a variety of openings for caps, droppers, corks, or bale wire seals all provide features that can be matched with your product and dispensing needs. Volume size graduations include medical measurements like drams, milliliters, and ounces, as well as larger capacity bottles for retail and wholesale products like food items and beverages.

Amber Glass for Product Integrity and Marketability

Amber glass bottles are a significant container for the beverage industry because glass doesn't alter the flavor of the liquid. It is particularly effective in the beer and wine market where the design of bottles offers aesthetic branding opportunities along with product protection. The pharmaceutical industry frequently utilizes glass to maintain the integrity of its medicines.


How Does an Amber Glass Bottle Protect Products?

Amber glass bottles, also known as brown glass bottles, absorb ultra violet and blue lights. UV and blue lights cause photo-oxidation, an interaction between light and the chemical make-up of a product. This interaction changes the product's chemical properties, which can cause it to deteriorate or spoil. The nonporous make up of glass bottles also eliminates any leaching into the product.


What Is an Example of Amber Glass Product Protection?

Beer is brewed using live, interactive components like grain, hops, and yeast. When ready, beer contains a delicate balance between those ingredients that can be affected by light. "Growlers", a version of amber bottles, are the containers of choice in the brew pub industry, as they can help maintain the unique qualities of fresh brewed beer.

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