The brewery at Fischingen Abbey has been producing its own beer for about two years. The green and amber glass bottles for it are made at the Vetropack plants in Croatia, Austria and Switzerland.
Novy Svet, a well-known sparkling wine, which previously produced at the Crimean Peninsula, has appeared in a brand new look, featuring[more...]
olive-coloured bottles made by the glass specialists at Vetropack Gostomel.
Healthy products in healthy packaging
Vetropack Austria manufactures glass bottles for Kloster Kitchen’s ginger-based drink IngwerTRINK and for the fruit juices and smoothies produced by SanLucar. These refreshing beverages are packaged in healthy containers that preserve their exquisite flavour and valuable ingredients.[more...]
A showstopper in glass
Croatia’s biggest spice producer, Šafram, packages its spices in glass containers made by Vetropack Straža.[more...]
White wine from Italy
The family-owned company Sartarelli bottles its white wines in cuvée-coloured glass bottles from Vetropack Italia. The grapes for these wines are grown in the winery’s oldest vineyards.[more...]
Modern Swiss design
The new packaging design for the refreshing Rivella drinks is inspired by both the long-standing tradition of the brand and a reinterpretation of modern Switzerland. The 0.33 litre glass bottles are produced specifically for the catering industry.[more...]
New spirits from Ukraine
Ukrainian consumers will find two new additions in the spirit aisle. The 0.5 litre bottles of Myakush vodka have an unmistakable traditional Ukrainian character and style, while “Salute Limoncello” liqueur, which comes in bottles of the same volume, exudes an exotic aroma. Both are packaged in flint glass bottles made by Vetropack Gostomel.[more...]