WORKING WITH US
CHOOSE, as a packaging development company was set up to replace as many plastic bottles as possible. Our biodegradable bottles are hugely versatile and we are always looking to push the bottle to its limit. That is why we are launching a wide range of products across several different industries.
To have the biggest impact possible, we are looking to expand our range and are excited to work alongside different brands and companies. If you are looking to move away from traditional PET bottles or even glass then please don't hesitate to get in touch with the team.
We carry out in-depth testing to ensure our packaging works for your product.
Once we are happy with the quality of your product. We will begin designing a bespoke package solution for you.
We will then produce a prototype bottle for your product, allowing you to see how it holds up compared PET.
Once we have ironed out all of the details. We will help get your products into production and onto shelves.
Are you Choose Water?
YES! We started our life as a water company that sold both plastic and glass bottles. We then developed our own bottle to replace the PET ones. Since then we have realised our development works for a wide range of products.
Is it really plastic-free?
Sure is! The bottle casing is made out of recycled paper, the cap is made from metal tinplate, and the liner is a natural plant-based repellant - all of which are sustainably sourced and biodegradable.
What happens if my bottle gets wet?
The bottle will be fine if it gets wet as long as it has time to dry. It can be submerged in water for up to 24 hours, however, we wouldn't recommend this .
Is your product available outside the UK?
We will be focusing on our UK sales to begin, but we hope to branch out to other countries in the near future. If you want to stay up to date sign up to our newsletter!
What are the conditions required for the bottle to biodegrade?
The bottle will begin to biodegrade when exposed to bacteria in the environment which converts the materials in the bottle into energy. The bacteria needed are found in soil, landfill and the ocean.