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A Greek yoghurt brand has teamed up with Australian injection moulder PakPot to launch a pack that combines two separate ingredients in individual compartments using an in-mould label (IML).
In 2017, Chobani Australia launched the Flip product range, featuring products that combine Greek yogurt with a dry, crunchy mix-in. “We needed smart packaging with two compartments, so that the consumer could combine the ingredients for consumption by ‘flipping’ the container,” explains John Williams, New Product Development Manager, at Chobani.
Who doesn't like the combination of fresh Greek yogurt with a dry, crunchy mix? Brand owner Chobani was interested in getting this product on store shelves as a single product, but with both ingredients clearly separated. This was a highly complex packaging challenge, technically, but thanks to the possibilities of IML (in-mold labeling), an attractive and flexible solution was created.
¿A quién no le gusta la combinación de un yogur griego fresco con una mezcla seca crujiente? El propietario de marca Chobani quería ver este producto en las estanterías de los comercios como un solo producto pero con ambos ingredientes claramente separados.