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The carton versus the polybottle. Consumer-friendly issues


, : The carton versus the polybottle. Consumer-friendly issues. Milk Industry International 99(3): 31...39

The views of retailers, suppliers of milk packaging and closures, and machinery suppliers on the relative merits of the milk carton and the polybottle in terms of consumer choice, are discussed.

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