UK: This Water launches in glass bottles
UK fruit beverage company This Water, owned by smoothie giant Innocent Drinks, has launched three of its drinks varieties in glass bottles.
The 275ml clear glass bottle has been launched in a bid to give the brand a "high quality presentation" for the on-trade market, the company said today (5 May).
The new pack features the brand name embossed twice around the shoulder and will be launched into All Bar One, Castle, Geronimo and Peach pubs this month.
"We make things as simply and naturally as possible and believe that, if you put the best ingredients in, you will get the best taste out," said Douglas Lamont, managing director of This Water. "O-I have delivered a light-weight bottle with bespoke design that helps reinforce our premium positioning in the on-trade."
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