Pact Group Launch Flip Top Cream Cap with Murray Goulburn

27 April 2015

The opening is designed to permit access with table spoon or pouring direct from container. The arched hinge allows the flip lid to be fully opened and eliminates the need to remove the closure from the jar.

Ease of Opening
The flip top lid makes opening the cream bottle a single action allowing consumers to break the tamper evidence in one step as opposed to the traditional two stage process of the former design. The flip-top cap also conquers the common consumer complaint of the cream splattering when the tamper evident ring of the old style cap is unravelled and the cap removed.

Minimal Leakage
The flip top lid has been designed with both a primary and secondary seal to improve the sealing performance.

Improve Tamper Evidence
The flip top cap has improved tamper evidence eliminating the tear band system. The new flip top cream cap Tamper evidence has connecting bridges located between the flip lid and the Tamper band. The connection bridges are broken when the flip top lid is opened.

The closure is fully recyclable with the HDPE container and, there is no need to remove the closure from the bottle prior to recycling.

Packaging News Article: Pact Group Flips its Lid for Murray Goulburn

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