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Local Coca-Cola Bottler to Replace Plastic Rings On Multipacks With Fiber-Based Packaging

August 9, 2022: 12:00 AM EST
Philadelphia-based bottler Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages has unveiled a fiber-based paper packaging that will replace plastic rings on multipacks cans of soda. While similar packaging has been used in Europe, Liberty claims the innovative packaging is the first of its kind in the US. Liberty estimates the new packaging will remove 75,000 pounds of plastic packaging a year from the supply chain for about 3.1 million cases of Coca-Cola across the Northeast. The new packaging is set to roll out to all stores across Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York, as well as parts of Connecticut and Delaware within the next 30 days. 
Nicole Rosenthal , "Local Coca-Cola Bottler to Drop Plastic Rings for Eco-Friendly Fibers", NBC Philadelphia, August 09, 2022, © NBCUniversal Media, LLC
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