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Aluminum Closure Has Become the `Hallmark’ for Superiority and High-Quality

The aluminum closure has become the `hallmark’ for good and consistent quality across a wide range of bottled products. All over the world, aluminum closures are widely recognized by industry experts, producers, retailers, and consumers for their ability to preserve the genuine flavour of the contents inside the bottle. Aluminum closures are perfectly neutral from an organoleptic point of view; hence it helps preserve the flavours of the content. Aluminum’s inherent strength and corrosion resistance guarantees no change in the taste The aroma and flavour of the bottle content remain the same, whether it's opened 5 times or 100 times by the consumer. Aluminum closures create a highly effective barrier and prevent contamination from micro-organisms, moisture, or gas. It promotes steady shelf life and safe storage. There is no cork-taint issue either! Nipra is one such company that takes pride in manufacturing aluminum closures. With the help of an experienced team

Aluminum Closures – Prime Choice for Spirits

Aluminum closures have been widely adopted by the food and beverage industry and in particular the beverage sector. The spirits industry was the very first alcoholic beverage sector to embrace this solution. A neutral effect on taste, which is mandatory for spirits, such as vodka, can be achieved with aluminum closures. Today almost every spirit brand uses this type of closure to avoid any taste spoilage. Aluminum’s inherent strength and corrosion resistance guarantees no change in the condition. No foreign bodies, caused by traditional closure deterioration, interfere with the precious liquids in the bottle. The excellent open and reclose features of aluminum closures are also great advantages. It locks in the flavour and ensures there is no leakage. In addition, technical features can be incorporated into aluminum closures, such as tamper-evident devices and anti-counterfeiting or authentication systems. It not only protects the valuable contents in the bottle but also protects

Olive Oil Bottles: The Importance of a Good Cap

Olive oil is a liquid fat obtained from olives, a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean Basin. The oil is produced by pressing whole olives. It is commonly used in cooking, for frying foods, or as a salad dressing. It is also used in cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and soaps, and as a fuel for traditional oil lamps. According to food experts, olive oil ranks first among the most commonly adulterated ingredients, followed by milk, honey, saffron, orange juice, coffee, and apple juice. Hence, it's important to store olive oil properly. Packaging can directly influence olive oil quality. Incorrect packaging of olive oil bottles leads to oxidation and contamination, which deteriorates the oil. The shelf life of the oils exposed to intense artificial light and diffused daylight is shorter than that of oils kept in the dark. Moreover, the storage temperature, the use of nitrogen atmosphere, and the reduction of the oxygen in the headspace volume can appreciably control quality chang

Winemakers Choosing Screw Caps in Lieu of Corks

Corks are the traditional way to seal off a bottle of wine after all the hard work and fermentation is done. Some sources say they have been used in Europe since the 1400s. Corks are made from cork bark, which is a naturally occurring substance. Firstly, it is a limited natural resource. As more and more people produce wine in greater quantities, it is important to note that cork oak trees (the trees that grow cork bark) are finite in number – which is a matter of concern. Cork is also two to three times more expensive than screw caps. Moreover, because of its unique material, there are chances that your bottle is not properly sealed and the wine goes bad (this is often referred to as "TCA" or "cork taint"). On the other hand, wine bottle screw caps can be safely used as wine bottle closures for your home or commercially made wine. Wine bottle screw caps, when correctly used are an alternative to traditional wine corks that will prevent spoilage, providing no