Sustainable packaging solutions manufacturer Ring Container Technologies has created new non-aerosol spray bottles for Conagra Brands’ PAM Cooking Spray.
The new bottle is expected to fulfil specific requirements and provide another packaging option to the customers, along with Conagra Brands’ aerosol cans.
Ring Container Technologies business development and innovation vice-president Brian Smith said: “Conagra has been a longtime partner of Ring, and we were thrilled to work with them on such an exciting project.
“This pump-spray bottle was co-created during a customised session at our Innovation Center in Oakland, Tennessee, and six months later, Conagra was prepping their operations for a major product launch.”
Conagra decided to partner with Ring to develop the new container after a consumer-based survey found that customers prefer a non-aerosol spray and a transparent container.
The new pump spray retains PAM’s ‘spray no-stick’ property and the other aspects of the packaging fulfil necessary environmental and nutritional standards.
Conagra Brands packaging vice-president Eric Sinz said: “Working with Ring on our PAM non-aerosol spray bottles was truly a collaborative effort, and they brought some great capabilities to the table.
“We worked together as a cross-functional team to create a modern and contemporary bottle design that reflects Conagra’s new strategy and direction.”
The new bottle is already available at retail stores.
Based in the US, Ring Container Technologies focuses on providing sustainable solutions to the consumer packaging industry.