Glass and metal products producer Ardagh Group has provided new 235ml triangular shaped aluminium can for Spain’s cured ham brand Coren.

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Image: Ardagh has provided aluminium can for cured ham brand Coren. Photo: courtesy of Ardagh Group.

The can provided to the Coren features an advanced shape with wider at the top of the can or otherwise called as shoulder.

The triangular shaped aluminium can is also provided with a special easy release lacquer, which makes the content simpler and quicker to serve in one piece.

Coren’s lightweight aluminium can includes easy open lid, enabling consumer to apply less force to open the lid.

The new single serve can is produced at Ardagh’s production facility in Schweighouse of France.

Ardagh has provided slightly conical angle to the cam for facilitating easy stacking, while striking red decoration provides better shelf appeal and is applied at the firm’s specialist printing facility in Cuxhaven, Germany.

Coren, which is said to be the largest agri-food co-op in Spain, supplies fresh poultry, pork and beef, processed meats, cured meats and ready-meals.

In October this year, Ardagh unveiled new William Grant whisky bottle, which has been redesigned for the worldwide relaunch of its whisky range.

Ardagh Group has worked with William Grant and design agency, Here Design, to develop a contemporary bottle for the brand’s six whiskies: two triple wood editions and three cask editions.

During the same month, Ardagh has provided its nitro cans for Kahlúa Espresso Martini drink.

Ardagh has supplied 250ml slim nitro cans for Kahlúa Espresso Martini beverages, which are infused with nitrogen.

Launched in late 2016, the nitro can is the RTD packaging solution developed by Ardagh for nitro beverages.

Ardagh Group provides metal and glass packaging solutions to the food, beverage and consumer care brands.

The firm produces metal packaging for all market sectors, including beverage, food, pet food and seafood.

It also provides a range of beverage cans in different shapes and sizes to high volume segments of the drinks market, including beers, flavoured alcoholic beverages (FABs), wine, soft drinks, energy drinks and tea.