Vitamins packed into glass bottles
One of Vetropack Group’s biggest customers in Poland is KORKUS, which packages its fruit juices in flint glass bottles made at Vetropack’s Czech glassworks and based on a strikingly simple design.
Whether you drink it as a breakfast beverage or as an occasional thirst-quencher, a glass of fruit juice goes down well any time – and the new glass bottles produced by Vetropack Moravia Glass provide the perfect packaging for this product, offering protection for its vital vitamins. The Soczek 0.33 litre bottle replaces an older model with the same volume. In terms of design, it is similar to the 0.75 litre juice bottle also used by KORKUS in Poland along with the smaller flint glass container. The company is one of Vetropack Group’s main customers in Poland, where these fruity drinks are particularly popular.
This standard bottle features a twist-off cap and the fruit juice it contains comes in a variety of flavours: multivitamin, orange, green apple, blackcurrant, raspberry, strawberry or peach, often combined with carrot and apple. These refreshing drinks are enjoyed not only by the Poles, but also by people in Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovakia and Bulgaria.