Press Release Summary:
Available in sizes ranging from 5–60 mL, New Shaker single-dose bottle stores dry, functional-ingredient powders in plug and plunger located under cap, with flavored liquid contained in bottle. Separation helps keep dry ingredients as stable and fresh as possible and prevents degradation. To use, consumer screws cap down, past safety ring, until cap rests on bottle shoulder. This causes plunger to press through plug, releasing dry powder into liquid below.
Original Press Release:
Dual-Chamber Supplement Bottle Makes North American Debut
LENEXA, Kan.– Manufacturing & Packaging startup company Amerigo Laboratories announces the North American launch of an innovative and interactive dual-chamber bottle that keeps dry, functional ingredients separate from liquid contents until the moment of use.
"The patented New Shaker, as the bottle model is called," explains Ralph Maser, CEO of Amerigo Laboratories. "Launched in 1998. While the packaging is expected to sell over 225 million units in Europe this year, it has never been available in North America. Until now."
The single-dose, dual-chamber system stores the dry, functional-ingredient powders in a plug and plunger located under the cap, with a flavored liquid contained in the bottle. To use, the consumer screws the cap down, past the safety ring, until the cap rests on the bottle shoulder. This causes the plunger to press through the plug, releasing the dry powder into the liquid below. The consumer gives the bottle a quick shake, removes the cap and drinks the contents.
This separation helps keep dry functional ingredients as stable and fresh as possible and prevents degradation. The packaging provides more opportunity to combine a multitude of ingredients and ingredient types with the liquid delivery format. The bottle is available in sizes ranging from 5ml to 60ml in a variety of shapes and colors.
"I have been manufacturing products to improve health for 25 years. In an industry obsessed with keeping production costs as low as possible, traditional delivery forms (tablets and capsules) are always the first thought. The end results for consumers are tablets and capsules that may be difficult to swallow and digest, especially for children and seniors. There is no thought towards the percentage of our population that can't take tablets or capsules due to gastrointestinal concerns or won't, due to the fear of choking. Because the body must first 'break up' and dissolve a tablet/capsule into a liquid before the ingredients can be absorbed and start working, supplements already in liquid form will always be more effective," Maser states.
Amerigo Labs is confident that the benefits provided by this advanced packaging will differentiate products for manufacturers who choose to be on the cutting edge of introducing an innovative, convenient and interactive packaging alternative to their customers. "It will always be less expensive to make a tablet or capsule than a solution. That is why it is important to explain how our single-dose packaging will provide a healthier impact than the same ingredients in any other dosage form," Maser adds.
Maser says that in the European market, the differentiation the New Shaker provides has improved sales for "stagnant or declining" products. Innovative packaging is especially important in the dietary supplement and cosmetic market where many products appear similar. "Traction is growing due to companies wanting to differentiate their product lines from anything in their industry," he says.
For further information regarding the New Shaker, please visit http://www.AmerigoLabs.com or contact Ralph Maser directly at (913) 742-2187.