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How to Store Olive Oil

Freshness is important when it comes to storing olive oil. Fresh oil tastes great! Rancid oil tastes terrible! Moreover, unlike wine, olive oil doesn’t improve with age. Hence we need to take great efforts to ensure the oil stays as fresh as possible. When storing olive oil, one needs to remember the following things: Time:  Once bottled, olive oil needs to be used efficiently. Since olive oil has an 18-24 month shelf life - you’ll want to consume it sooner versus later. Environmental Conditions:  Irrespective of the quality of the olive oil bottle caps used - the oil if stored under inadequate conditions tend to deteriorate rapidly: Temperature – The optimal storage temperature for olive oil is 65 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Light and Oxygen – Exposure must be minimized or eliminated at all times.  So once you open a bottle, use the oil quickly. Ensure you lock the olive oil bottle caps tightly. Note: Avoid storing olive oil by a window. Ultraviolet rays can break down an

How is Aluminium ROPP Closure Made?

ROPP closures (Roll-On-Pilfer-Proof) are made from a flat sheet of aluminium which then goes into a punching machine to get the desired shape. Depending on the length of the closure it goes through numerous punching machines to make a pre-form known as a shell. (The shell of the closure is then side printed if required). The shell is then taken to another machine to have all the details put on it. Then another machine will insert the liner. ROPP caps are primarily used by bottle closure manufacturers all over the world. Aluminium ROPP caps are not only aesthetically pleasing but are also easy to use. They offer superior quality packaging and serve as an efficient seal for various containers. Aluminium ROPP caps prevent pilferage and maintain the essential flavour of the product. This seal can be easily broken with a gentle twist. Moreover, even after breakage, the cap can be fastened back onto the bottle or container effortlessly.  Whatever the case may be, the ROPP caps prevent

Clients at Nipra

Nipra is a renowned manufacturer of aluminium bottle caps . The products manufactured under the group’s banner serve various industries such as spirits/distilleries, wine, pharmaceuticals and olive oil. Nipra is successfully ranked as a top-notch entity in manufacturing, exporting, distributing and supplying of Aluminium bottle caps. Nipra's clients include global leaders such as Diageo, Barcardi, Pernod Ricard, Allied Blenders & Distillers, Sula Vineyards, Grover Zampa Vineyards, Pfizer, Ipca Laboratories, Aristo Pharma and Himalaya Drugs to name a few. The company exports products to customers in South East Asia, Africa, South America and Europe. In 2018, the exports contributed to 20% of Nipra's sales turnover. Nipra aluminium bottle caps are fabricated using premium quality raw materials and are available in different colours, sizes and shapes. The offered aluminium bottle caps are known for its light-weight, dimensional accuracy, durability, high strength and comp

5 Uses of Left-over Aluminium Bottle Caps

Aluminium caps are used as an airtight closure for various bottles. They usually need to be squeezed at certain points and then twisted or lifted off. These seals can also be customized by embossing the customer’s logo or initial’s as desired by them. Many of you are probably used to thinking of bottle caps as useless disposable items. But, here in this article, we tell you, what can be made out of unused aluminium bottle caps . We teach you how to recycle waste bottle caps into useful home decor items. Have a look at these handy neat DIY bottle cap crafts below: 1. Melt Wax to Create Tiny Candles It is an easy DIY art and craft project. Just pour some melted wax and wicks in the aluminium bottle caps. Decorate the outer side of caps with some colourful paint and stickers.  Cute and pretty, your tiny candle stands will make for eye-catching decor. They’ll surely last for about an hour and a half. 2. Make a Unique Keychain A chain of bottle caps can turn into a useful house it