Amcor: Introduces DairySeal™ with ClearCor™, a more sustainable packaging line for the ready-to-drink dairy market

• Can be made with up to 80% recyclable material
• New barrier technology maintains superior flavor and freshness
• Allows brands to easily expand into e-commerce and convenience store distribution channels

Ann Arbor, Mich., September 23, 2022 – Amcor Rigid Packaging (ARP) introduces the DairySeal™ packaging line featuring ClearCor™, an advanced polyethylene terephthalate (PET) barrier. With the introduction of DairySeal, the growing ready-to-drink (RTD) and dairy alternatives nutritional market will now have a more sustainable packaging option that can be leveraged across all retail channels.

ClearCor PET barrier technology is a concentrated encapsulation in the center of the preform that allows for more flexibility and resin options. This technology has a positive impact on the overall barrier performance of the package and maintains recyclability. The DairySeal packaging line can be made with up to 80 percent recyclable material, while maintaining superior taste and performance for the brand.

“PET is the most recycled plastic in the world, with more than 1.8 billion pounds of used PET bottles and containers being recovered in the US each year,” says Greg Rosati, vice president of packaging sales and marketing. Amcor Rigid Packaging specials. “With the development of our DairySeal line, we are able to offer PET containers that help improve the sustainability of brands in the dairy alternatives, nutritional beverages and ready-to-drink coffee space. In doing so, Amcor Rigid Packaging brings this container, and its important environmental and commercial benefits, to the market”.


In addition to providing more sustainable benefits, DairySeal maintains its physical integrity during shipment; allows customizable layout while meeting shelf requirements; and is designed to help improve overall consumer satisfaction in a highly competitive landscape. The DairySeal line is currently available in 8oz, 11oz, 12oz and 14oz stock options, with additional sizes and shapes planned for future stock demand.

“A superior dairy product deserves superior packaging. The DairySeal line in PET offers brands easy access to e-commerce and convenience store distribution channels, where refrigerated shelf space is designed for rigid plastic bottles and round,” says Greg Rosati, vice president of Amcor Rigid Packaging. -president of marketing and sales of special packaging. “By considering the significant environmental benefits of PET, the DairySeal line will help drive a circular economy where brands, consumers and the environment benefit.”

PET’s attributes are reinforced by a McKinsey & Company report, Climate Impact of Plastics, which found that PET bottles have the lowest emissions due to their lightweight properties and the low amount of energy required to produce them. By contrast, aluminum cans produce twice as many emissions as PET bottles and glass bottle emissions are three times higher. Additionally, a recent study by the National Association for PET Container Resources found that a PET bottle’s impact on global warming, smog, acid rain, and water use was far less than its bottle equivalent. glass or aluminum can.

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ARP will be participating in the 2022 Natural Products Expo, September 27-October 1, at booth 2742. Brands and members of the media in attendance are encouraged to visit us and learn more about the DairySeal line of packaging we offer. features ClearCor technology.

About Amcor
Amcor is a world leader in the development and production of responsible packaging solutions for food, beverage, pharmaceutical, medical, home and personal care, among others. Amcor works with leading companies around the world to protect their products and the people who trust them, differentiate brands and improve supply chains through a range of flexible and rigid packaging, specialty cartons, closures and services. The company is focused on making packaging that is increasingly lighter, recyclable and reusable, and made with an increasing amount of recycled content. In fiscal 2022, Amcor’s 44,000 people generated $15 billion in annual sales from operations spanning 220 locations in 43 countries. New York Stock Exchange: AMCR; ASX: AMC