Plant-Based Renewable Packaging Debuts With JUST Water

Plant-Based Renewable Packaging Debuts With JUST Water

New bottle features a cap and top made from material derived from sugarcane

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 may 2016

Packaging company Tetra Pak has announced a new version of its Tetra Top package made from plant-based materials, which will debut in the United States with JUST water.

The bottle’s renewable content has increased from 53 percent to 82 percent, with no impact to its recyclability. It features a cap and top made from high-density polyethylene derived from sugarcane and FSC-certified paperboard used in the main sleeve.

The bio-based bottle offers a low carbon footprint and a manufacturing process that conserves energy and water, benefitting the environment and also offering customers a competitive advantage. You can check out the new packaging for JUST water in the video below:

Tetra Pak | JUST Water

+bio-based bottle
+Design Update
+JUST water

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