Berlin Packaging offers a variety of orange juice bottles to package your freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices. Glass and plastic bottles are available in a range of sizes, shapes and capacities. Caps are sold separately or come in a package deal.

Juice Bottle Features and Caps

Plastic decanter juice bottles offer a cost-effective, attractive solution for bottling juices, dairy products, water and marinades. Check for high-pressure processing suitability when packaging cold-press products. When bottling energy drinks, sodas, mineral water and other carbonated beverages, ensure packaging is suitable for acidic and fizzy drinks. Snap-on caps allow customers to open bottles quickly. Lug-style screw closures enable customers to open and close packaging with ease. Pair juice bottles with tamper-evident caps to enhance customer confidence. Swing-top caps provide the functionality of being reusable while giving the packaging a nostalgic appeal. Containers with inbuilt handles make for more accessible transportation. Square bottles create multiple labeling options. Wide-necked bottles may also be suitable for packaging non-liquid items such as health and beauty bath salts, baby powder, craft glitters, dried herbs and spices or candy.

Should You Select Plastic Or Glass Packaging?

Both plastic and glass packaging has benefits. Food-grade plastic packaging such as polyethylene terephthalate or PET juice bottles are transparent like glass, lightweight and shatter-resistant making them an attractive packaging option when saving money on shipping is a priority. HDPE beverage containers offer a budget-friendly, food-grade packaging option. Look for recyclable food-grade plastics for sustainable plastic packaging options. While glass bottles may be more expensive, glass provides products with a premium feel, is a suitable material for consumers concerned about plastics, will not alter product odor or flavor and has a higher thermal tolerance than plastic. Additionally, glass is 100% reusable and recyclable. 

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