In the News: STANDCAP on the Front Page of The Washington Post

In the News: STANDCAP on the Front Page of The Washington Post

Laura Reiley, business food reporter of The Washington Post, writes about the STANDCAP Pouch in her article, "They finally built a better ketchup bottle. And soon it’s going to be everywhere." The story gained popularity online and was featured on the front page of today's newspaper (The Washington Post).

Inverted Pouches Greatly Reduce Environmental Impact Compared to Glass Bottles

Inverted Pouches Greatly Reduce Environmental Impact Compared to Glass Bottles

Inverted pouches compared to glass bottles - sustainability

Glenroy and Uncle Dougie's, an organic barbeque sauce producer, recently worked with the Natural Marketing Institute (NMI) to measure the environmental footprint and sustainability of STANDCAP Pouches (inverted pouches) against glass bottles.

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