Berlin Packaging stocks a wide range of yogurt bottles and other plastic beverage containers to keep contaminants out of products, and preserve them. There are options available for strict packaging guidelines and requirements such as Dairy Association Approved bottles and BPA-free options, as well as bottles suitable for HPP (High Pressure Processing). Capacity ranges from 8 oz to 32 oz (200 ml to 999 ml).
Containers for Food Products
The yogurt and kefir bottles are made with either HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) or PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate). Both these types of plastic are lightweight, recyclable, strong, impact resistant, and don't leach chemicals into products packaged within them. HDPE tends to be opaque, whereas PET is usually clear, and can appear glass-like. Bottles with wider mouths make for easy pouring of liquids with a thicker consistency, and those with narrower mouths are better suited to thinner liquids that need to be poured with precision. Alternatively, plastic decanters bottles can be used for either type of liquid. Many include tamper-evident lids, which provide the assurance of safety to both customers and sellers.
Can the Bottles Be Customized?
While many options include colored lids, there are also options where lids can be bought separately, making it easy to choose a lid with a specific texture or shape. All the bottles have ample space for labels. There is also the option of branding the lids with a company logo.
What Types of Bottles Are Available?
When choosing beverage bottles, consider the product. Plastic bottles come in different shapes and sizes, including round, square, and oblong. For easy pouring, bottles with handles work well. For a more streamlined look, bottles without handles can be used. Plastic milk bottles are less expensive than glass but have a different aesthetic for the consumer. Contour bottles are easy to hold and offer a no drip neck. Find various square and soft-shouldered bottles as well.