UK-based Beatson Clark has designed a new glass bottle for South Yorkshire-based condiment brand Henderson’s Relish.
The new lighter and more environmentally friendly bottles were manufactured from 30% recycled material, almost 10% of which was collected locally and processed in Beatson Clark’s onsite recycling plant in Rotherham, UK.
Developed using Beatson Clark’s sculpting software, the new 284ml bottle features ‘Henderson’s Relish’ embossed above its label and ‘Henderson’s Sheffield’ on the base.
Beatson Clark Rotherham business development manager Chris Palmer said: “We are always very pleased to work with local businesses, and to design and manufacture a bespoke bottle for such a well-known local brand as Henderson’s was a real pleasure.
“This is a great example of closed loop manufacturing because we recycle local domestic waste at our on-site recycling plant and re-use the glass to make new bottles and jars.
“Henderson’s has a long heritage and we think it’s fitting that the new embossed bottle we designed pays tribute to the brand’s history.”
Earlier this month, Irish craft brewery 9 White Deer selected bottles from Beatson Clark for its beer range.
As part of the deal, 9 White Deer will receive 500ml standard amber bottles for its contract bottling line and an embossed standard beer for its own beer products.
Image: Henderson's new environmentally friendly beer bottle. Photo: courtesy of Beatson Clark / Shooting Star.