Glass Bottles

What to Look for When Buying Bottles

What to Look for When Buying Bottles

You’re ready to buy your first supply of juice bottles before launching your new product line but what should you be looking for in a bottle? Selecting the right juice bottle shape and size can feel overwhelming. There are a lot of choices to consider […]

Why Essential Oil Aromatherapy Is So Popular

Why Essential Oil Aromatherapy Is So Popular

As more people discover alternative health treatments and age-old remedies for feeling better, the use of essential oils and aromatherapy techniques is rising dramatically. Aromatherapy is a practice used to promote better psychological health and physical well-being. The practice involves the use of essential oils, […]

The Curious World of Bottle Collecting and the People Who Collect Them

The Curious World of Bottle Collecting and the People Who Collect Them

Bottle collecting has long been a hobby and even a passion for serious collectors. Many of the most desired bottles have historical significance and all tell a tale of years gone by. This history is fascinating and the bottles being collected are often unique works […]

How to Make Your Own Essential Oils for Good Health

How to Make Your Own Essential Oils for Good Health

For those not afraid of a little DIY project, making essential oils of your own can be a great investment both for your finances and your health. Essential oils are extracted from numerous common plants. Different oils come from different parts of the plant including […]

The 10 Most Iconic Glass Bottle In History

The 10 Most Iconic Glass Bottle In History

First posted at our parent company http://www.oberk.com, this infographic shows the 10 most iconic glass bottles in history. For the full infographic, please click here. You see countless bottle designs on grocery aisles, home goods store shelves, and restaurant tables. But only a select few […]

The Remarkable History of the Glass Bottle [Infographic]

The Remarkable History of the Glass Bottle [Infographic]

People have used glass bottles for thousands of years. Do you know how it came about and how the production of glass bottles evolved over time? We have put together an infographic that scroll you through the history of glass bottles. Some of the interesting […]

Follow Up : Filling your Food and Beverage Product in a Food Grade Safe Glass and Plastic Bottle

Follow Up : Filling your Food and Beverage Product in a Food Grade Safe Glass and Plastic Bottle

This is a follow-up to our Packaging Crash Course’s article : Is My Glass Bottle and Plastic Bottle Food-Grade Safe? Finding the right bottle for your food and beverage product is never easy. The capacity, the design, the shelf appeal, the shelf life, the label […]

Follow Up : Understanding Standard and Overflow Capacity

Follow Up : Understanding Standard and Overflow Capacity

This week let’s follow up on Packaging Crash Course’s article back in February “What is the difference between standard and overflow capacity?”. We’ve discuss the definition of both and how understanding the difference of these two measurement can help you finding the bottle that fits […]

You Already Know “Ounces!”

You Already Know “Ounces!”

Now Say Hello to Fluid, Weight, Gross and Net! When it comes to labeling your product, a few missing adjectives and precious little space for typography can add up to some pretty hefty confusion. That’s why O. Berk wants you to be on first name […]

How to measure neck opening for plastic bottles and glass bottles

When looking for a plastic bottles and glass bottles at bottlestore.com, you will find that almost all of the bottles we offer has at least one matching closure that you can choose from. But what if you have an existing bottle or cap in your […]