Thursday, May 16, 2013

News: Beatson Clark help bottle the taste of the Caribbean


Rotherham glass manufacturer Beatson Clark is bringing a taste of the Caribbean to retail outlets by supplying a new bespoke bottle for the Caribbean Choice range of sauces.

Grace Foods UK has decided to move its Caribbean Choice Hot Pepper Sauce and Sweet Chilli Sauce from a squeezy plastic bottle into a 250ml white flint glass bottle.

Beatson Clark has worked with Grace Foods UK, the leading supplier of Caribbean food and drink in the UK, for 15 years and was asked to design a new bottle for the product, which is due to be relaunched next month in the independent and wholesale trade.

Lisa Leung, brand manager at Grace Foods UK, said: "Our Caribbean Choice sauces are an exciting addition to any family kitchen, combining delicious taste and great value to help you add a true taste of the tropics to your everyday meals.

"We're delighted with this great new packaging design, which will bring these products in line with our competitors."

Lynn Sidebottom, sales and marketing director at Beatson Clark, added: "Retailing at 99p per bottle, Caribbean Choice is a popular value brand, but the plastic squeezy bottle meant it was out of step with most of the other chilli sauces on the market.

"This new glass bottle is a cost-effective packaging solution for our client which will greatly enhance the quality feel of the product."

The £44m-turnover firm employs over 300 people at its Greasborough Road factory and recently celebrated its 260th anniversary. It specialises in providing glass packaging solutions for niche brands in the food, drink and pharmaceutical markets worldwide and manufacture glass containers for a wide range of household brands, including Crabbie's, Bell's Buttercup, Lyle's Golden Syrup and Lemsip.

Beatson Clark website

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