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Skånemejerier says no to plastic; introduces Tetra Pak’s new carton bottle for drinking yogurt


Swedish dairy Skånemejerier will use Tetra Top 330 Mini Nallo bottle for its range of chilled drinking yogurt, making it the first company to use Tetra Pak’s new carton bottle. The company said that this would be an environmentally compatible alternative for the customers. Skånemejerier is the leading producer of dairy products in Southern Sweden. Tetra Pak is the world’s leading supplier of processing and packaging systems for foodstuffs.

“In the past, drinking yoghurt was mostly bottled in plastic bottles, which have far greater environmental impact than carton packaging. The new Tetra Top Nallo is mainly made of cardboard. The wood used comes from FSC ™ -certified forests and other controlled sources. We have decided to fill our drinking yoghurt in the new cardboard bottle. At 2.1 million packages, we can cut the required plastic demand by more than 45 tons per year, “said Armina Nilsson, sustainability officer at Skånemejerier.

“The new Tetra Top 330 Mini Nallo is one of our most recent innovations for younger generations,” said Charles Brand, Executive Vice President, product management and sales at Tetra Pak. During the development of the packaging, the needs of this target group were particularly taken into account: for example, their increasing interest in the environment and the desire for a consumer-friendly packaging in attractive appearance, which can be closed again and from which they can drink on the way. ”

Thanks to a V-shaped surface on one side of the Tetra Top 330 Mini Nallo, brands can highlight the advantages of their product. This makes the product at the POS particularly eye-catching. At this year’s Gulfood Manufacturing 2016 fair, which will take place from 7 to 9 November at the Dubai World Trade Center, Tetra Pak will present the Tetra Top 330 mini-Nallo packaging at its booth.

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