Attract consumers by storing products in striking green bottles that can be customized to accommodate their contents. There are a number of hues from which to choose, with darker green best suited for products that need extra protection from sunlight. Green bottles come in many different shapes and sizes that impact shelf appeal and also affect labeling and closure compatibility. For instance, a green shampoo bottle might have a wider, rounded neck that fits well with the popular disk caps or pumps, both of which control dispensing amount. 

What Materials Are Used?

You can find both plastic and glass bottles available in a variety of shades of green. Glass is often used to store contents that need to be preserved, as the material is impermeable and will protect products from being altered by the packaging. Food and beverages are often stored in durable glass to safeguard their consistency and flavor. On the other hand, plastic bottles are a cost-effective choice, as they are lightweight, and because larger volumes can be shipped per container, it usually reduces energy usage and cost during transport. Plastic also resists impact damage and can be easily recycled.

Storing Wine in Green Bottles

Tinted glass is needed to protect wine from ultraviolet rays that will break down the tannins and antioxidants. Green wine bottles are an easy way to protect products from the sun, and they also have slender necks that can be fitted with impermeable corks to avoid risking the content's exposure to air. Both glass wine bottles and natural cork are 100 percent recyclable. 

Why Choose Berlin Packaging?

Berlin Packaging offers a variety of extra services to help you design labels, identify market trends, and develop branding strategies. They also take care of inventory management, which includes package housing and stock level maintenance.

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