P&G's Pringles pops for thermoformed portion pack

October 2001
Packaging Digest;Oct2001, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p2
Trade Publication
Reports the test marketing of the single-serve package for Pringles potato snack by Procter & Gamble in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Plans to merchandize the product in 8 and 24 packs; Advantages of single packaging to the business and the customers; Description of package design.


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