Zing Zang Turns to Avery Dennison CleanFlake Technology to Enhance Bottle Recycling

Avery Dennison announced that Zing Zang®, manufacturer of all-natural drink mixes, has completed the transition of its 32-ounce Bloody Mary mix bottle from glass to plastic featuring 25 percent post-recycled content and CleanFlake™ technology from Avery Dennison Label and Packaging Materials.

The decision to transition from glass to lightweight, unbreakable plastic polyethylene terephthalate (PET) could provide Zing Zang customers with enhanced portability and durability while lowering the company’s packaging cost. With CleanFlake technology, the label reportedly separates cleanly from the bottle during the recycling process, enabling the recycled plastic to be used in new food-grade containers.

“Avery Dennison CleanFlake technology is helping us meet our goal of providing consumers with a more sustainable solution,” said Diane Fujimura, director of marketing, Zing Zang. “We were very pleased to find a solution that simplifies the recycling process for our customers. Thanks to the use of CleanFlake, consumers are instructed to simply rinse the bottle and replace the cap prior to recycling.”

For more information, visit https://www.averydennison.com.

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