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Multi-Product Packaging Concept Launched by Berry Plastics

August 6, 2007

Berry Plastics, with a burst of sunflower adorned packages, is demonstrating its versatility and adaptability with a full line packaging approach for manufacturers of personal care/bath and beauty products.

Berry Plastics’ marketing department has developed the sunflower design treatment to illustrate its capability of creating a coordinated design treatment for a variety of related packages and components.

The sunflower line launch includes plastic bottles, jars, tubes, containers, plus overcaps and closures for aerosol products. Berry’s decorating services encompass offset printing, silk-screening, labeling, hot stamping and secondary decoration for any of the packaging products that it produces. The new concept is enhanced by Berry’s ability to provide competitively-priced, imported packaging products.
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