US-based food retailer Picnik has selected SIG’s combidome carton pack for its new butter coffee creamer.
Planned to be made available in the US market starting this month, the Picnik’s new butter coffee creamer comprises a blend of grass-fed butter, whey protein sourced from New Zealand and Medium Chain Triglycerides (100% derived from coconuts).
Picnik operations director Megan Lavorato said: “Our butter coffee creamer was created with our consumers in mind.
“We wanted to blend the highest quality with the best taste for optimal experiences. This extends to having differentiated packaging for our differentiated product.”
The SIG’s combidome packaging selected for butter coffee creamer features a single-action screwcap, known as the domeTwist, at the center of the package’s top.
The screwcap is designed to allow users to easily access to the product while the carton pack ensures ease of handling, smooth pouring, and convenience for consumers, SIG said.
SIG said in a statement: “At Picnik, inclusion is prioritized as awareness of food sensitivities, diet restrictions, and varieties in lifestyle choices are valued.
“Their latest passion project has led to the creation of a creamer that aims to accommodate a wide range of preferences, by effortlessly adding simplicity and nutrition to a deeply personal routine.”
Earlier this year, SIG said its combidome 500 ml carton bottle was selected by Austrian beverage producer, Hermann Pfanner Getränke for its new range of ‘Supersäfte’ on-the-go drinks.
The Pfanner’s Supersäfte range comprises three drinks which include Augenöffner (Eye Opener), Pausenfüller (Pause Filler), and Stresskiller (Stress Killer).
Hermann Pfanner Getränke managing partner Peter Pfanner said: “By working closely with SIG, we were able to develop a complete product solution for this health-conscious group, who like to maximise their time by consuming on-the-go.
“From developing initial product and packaging ideas through to the final concept, we now believe that together we’ve achieved the ideal range of drinks for this mobile generation.”