The selection of condiments seems endless on store shelves, and so is the list of options for condiment bottles. Choose the ideal container for your product by deciding on the right bottle material, shape, size, and top to ensure that your condiment is easy to dispense and looks good on display. These bottles are available in a variety of capacities and colors, so you can package your product exactly how you want it sold.

Glass and Plastic Bottles

For some products, glass condiment bottles are ideal, as glass is extremely stable and will not change the taste, flavor, or color of your condiment. Using glass also gives your product a high-class look, making it a great option for artisan sauce bottles and other unique items. Typically, plastic condiment bottles are made from PET plastic, which is lightweight and shatter-resistant. This provides good containers for items that will be used frequently. They're an excellent alternative to glass, offering the same high-quality look in a food bottle that has better impact resistance. Customers will appreciate that both options are usually recyclable, making them eco-friendly and reusable.

Bottle Shapes

Condiment bottles come in a variety of shapes and styles, and it's important to choose the ones that are best for your product type. Decanter bottles with wide bottoms and narrow necks are good options for liquids like juice or tea and also for sauces and marinades. Plain round bottles are suited for thinner liquids, especially when a marinade bottle is paired with a standard screw top. Inverted bottles, where the container rests on its lid, are ideal for thicker sauces and dressings that may be more difficult to pour if left to settle at the bottom of a bottle. Contoured condiment squeeze bottles paired with spout caps are great for things like ketchup or mustard, and their method of use for dispensing is familiar to your customers. 

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