New Carton Packaging Cream Of The Crop For Special Coffee Vendor
Both the cartons and closures are fully recyclable after the product has been consumed
December 4, 2019
As the winter moves in and sweaters are brought out from the back of the closets, traditional seasonal flavors and treats also make their annual comeback on supermarket shelves to help spread the holiday cheer.
For bottled RTD (ready-to-drink) coffee pioneers Kitu Life, Inc., this year’s holiday season has already been a festive one in wake of its recent launch of seasonal Super Creamer brands packaged in the distinct combidome drink cartons manufactured by Swiss-based liquid food and beverage packaging specialists SIG Combibloc Group AG.
Available in Maple Pumpkin, Sweet Cream, and Gingerbread Eggnog varieties, the slim, elegant package combines the best features of a bottle and that of a carton, according to SIG, giving it optimal shelf appeal and handling convenience.
Moreover, the attractive combidome 750-ml package also offered the most environmentally sound solution for this type of premium product.
The carton composite, from which the entire pack is made, contains around 75-percent paperboard that is made from renewable raw material, wood, manufactured from pulp derived from pulp from trees harvested in FSC (Forest Stewardship Council)-certified and other controlled sources.
According to SIG, both the cartons and closures are fully recyclable after the product has been consumed.
According to Kitu Life founder and president Jordan DeCicco, these environmental attributes perfectly complement his company’s health-focused brand mantra emphasizing using one’s energy as a means to change the world for the better.
“We couldn’t be more grateful and fortunate to expand our Super Creamer line with SIG packaging,” DeCicco states.
“Our partnership allows us to create products that not only add value to our customers’ everyday lives, but also help protect our environment,” DeCicco adds, “which is a major focus for us as we think about our long-term goals and impact as a company.”