Glass... the complete package
We already know that a carefully considered diet is an important part of staying fit and healthy. But do we know enough about the containers that our food and drinks are packaged in?
A moment of clarity
The great thing about glass is that it is completely pure and organic. And given its organic nature, it's not hard to believe that glass is not only good for the environment, but good for you, too. As a result of the inert nature of glass bottles and jars, they don't mix or react with their contents, protecting them and leaving the choice of what you eat and drink entirely up to you. It's therefore no surprise that glass packaging has been tried, tested and trusted for thousands of years to be completely safe and reliable.
Glass is the only packaging “generally recognised as safe” by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
Glass is made from three natural substances – sand, limestone and soda ash – and needs nothing more, and it is the only packaging material rated “generally recognised as safe” by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. Not only does glass keep your food and drinks safe, but its impermeable nature preserves their tastes, ensuring that their flavours remain exactly as they were intended to – mouthwatering and delicious
Breakfast on the go
If you are eating on the run, make a healthy smoothie with your favourite fresh fruits in the stylish new Consol Grip & Go. Its curvy shape, wide lip and easy-to-grip silicone sleeve make it the perfect glass bottle for a delicious, healthy breakfast.
DID YOU KNOW?
76% of people say that food and beverage products packaged in glass are higher quality.*
*April 2011 Omnibus Survey of 1000 consumers in the continental U.S.
Anytime is a good time to choose glass
Whenever you have the opportunity, choose your favourite food and drinks in glass packaging.
Here are some items to add to your shopping list:
- Mayonnaise & salad creams
- Jams and spreads
- Savoury preserves
- Oils and salad dressings
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