World’s First paper bottles announced for Spirit packaging

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Source: Reuters

No Plastic – Only Paper-based Spirits bottle

Diago declared that it had made a world’s first-ever paper-based spirits bottle (having no plastic). 
Diago collectively works with Pulpex Limited to make it possible paper bottle for Spirit. New cooperation between Diageo and Pilot Lite to begin new spirits bottles made of paper.

Spirit paper bottle – Complies all standards

The spirit paper bottle entirely sourced from a sustainably sourced wood.
Diageo – Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, and Guinness
The bottle will debut in the market in early 2021, with Jonnie Walker Whiskey.
Pulpex Limited has created the paper bottle complies with all the standards related to the food and packaging. It will ensure the product will not compromise with the quality, and the bottle paper packaging will go for fully recyclable. And also meet the standard for the responsibly sourced wood for the spirit packaging.

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New Tech of Paper Bottle

So, Pulpex Limited is the company that has created a ‘first-of-its-kind’ paper-based bottle with zero plastic.
The technology will enable brands to rethink their packaging designs or move existing models into paper, while not compromising on the existing quality of the product.
Pulpex Limited has established a partner consortium of world-leading FMCG companies such as Unilever and PepsiCo, with other associates supposed to be published later in the year. The consortium partners are planning to launch their own branded paper bottles, based on Pulpex Limited’s design and technology, in 2021.
Diageo PLC – Chief Sustainability Officer, – We are proud to have created this world-first spirit paper bottle. We are continually endeavoring to push the boundaries within sustainable packaging, and this bottle has the potential to be truly groundbreaking.
Sandy Westwater, Director, Pilot Lite, said, “We are thrilled to be working with global brand leaders in this consortium. By working together, we can use the collective power of the brands to minimize the environmental footprint of packaging by changing manufacturing and consumer behaviors.”

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