Greiner Packaging has created a fish-shaped packaging design for Estonia-based food manufacturing company Põltsamaa Felix.

The new packaging has been used for a new lactose-free yogurt sauce available in tartar and tomato flavours.

Greiner Packaging has manufactured the new 280g bottles at its site in Tabasalu, Estonia.

Unlike glass bottles, the polypropylene (PP) plastic bottles can be squeezed for quick and easy use.

Kavo sales director Günter Ausserwöger said: "The unique bottle shape gives the sauces that certain extra edge.

"Our packaging concept is to combine visual appeal with practical benefit."

"In the course of development, we were able to fall back on our design skill, which always enables us to convince our customers with innovative solutions.

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"Our packaging concept is to combine visual appeal with practical benefit."

In March, Greiner provided packaging for French company Parmentine’s new potato snack.

Image: The fish-shaped design aims to attract fish lovers including parents with children. Photo: courtesy of Greiner Packaging.