Milk dispensers pose threat to plastic bottles

milk bottles rexfeatures_802366ac.jpgMilk could soon be sold from supermarket dispensers instead of plastic bottles, according to refill technology manufacturer Eziserv quoted in this week’s issue of The Grocer.

 

Eziserv, which supplied refill technology to UK supermarket chain Asda in a trial for dispensing detergents, has been in discussions about modifying the same system to dispense milk.

 

The idea is to cut down on packaging waste, by dispensing the milk into packaging pouches of varying sizes. It would typically take about four to five seconds to fill about a litre to a litre and a half of milk.

(photo: Rex)

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