Glass is not only today the most popular form of packaging with consumers when it is a question of flavour and aesthetics, glass has a tradition of around 5,000 years. This will also continue to be the case in the future. In times of ecological consciousness glass as a raw material demonstrates all its strengths. For example, bottles and glasses for drinks and food can be recycled endlessly and without any loss of quality precisely the same perfect products can be produced.
Like no other packaging material, glass is taste, odour and aroma-proof. It retains the own flavour of a product and only releases its unadulterated aroma when it is opened. As much as it conceals in this respect, all the clearer it presents itself to the other senses.
Glass catches the eye. Shining, shimmering, muted or even opaque colours draw attention to the contents and highlights it.
Glass feels good. The smooth surface is hand fest, has a stable form and indicates the temperature of the contents. And the many design variants such as, for example, engraving and satin finishes, make it tangibly unique.
And finally one hears it. An appetising plop, a sporty fizz, a stimulating effervescence or a crystal-clear sound. Every content has its own occasion, every occasion its own sound.