Coca-Cola launches juice drink in new Tetra Pak aseptic container
Coca-Cola selects new Tetra Gemina Aseptic Leaf package for improved handling, pouring and a sleek new design for Dobry juice in Russia.
December 7, 2012
by Canadian Packaging Staff
Tetra Pak and Coca-Cola Hellenic, Europe’s leading manufacturer of beverages trademarked by The Coca-Cola Company, are the first beverage company to utilize the new Tetra Gemina Aseptic (TGA) Leaf for Coca-Cola’s Dobry juice range in Russia providing a unique appearance with exceptional holding and pouring attributes for consumers.
The TGA Leaf is the latest innovation within the Tetra Gemina Aseptic family of products. It builds on the functionality of the TGA Square package, known for its unique gable top, designed to achieve the best possible product flow and providing the package with an elegant appearance.
The TGA Leaf maintains these key attributes, while the shape of the package body is new, with the addition of four leaf-shaped panels, it comes in a 1000ml package size, designed predominantly for use in the home.
Along with the recently launched HeliCap 27, the new package for the juice delivers a larger net pouring area for higher liquid flow and a smooth overall pouring performance for consumers. The irregular and large knurls for an improved grip also provide consumers with added convenience.
The TGA Leaf also offers significant customer value by providing production flexibility, as it can be produced on the Tetra Pak A3/Flex for Tetra Gemina Aseptic packaging machine, meaning customers can produce three different shapes (TGA Square, TGA Crystal and TGA Leaf) and four different sizes (1500 ml, 1000 ml, 750 ml and 500 ml for the Square shape; and 1000 ml for the Crystal and Leaf shapes).
For more information, visit www.tetrapak.com.