Legendary mineral water "Borjomi" changes its packaging

28 March 2011 - 4:38pm

Azerbaijan is the first country after Georgia to see the new design of the mineral water "Borjomi". In February 2011 the Borjomi company introduced new packaging for the famous brand, Business Georgia reports.

The newly designed bottle has a more sophisticated and modern look. The designers accentuated the relief of the image of the deer, the sign of the manufacturer. The volume of the new bottles will remain unchanged:  0.33, 0.5 and 1 liter.

In 2011 a new bottle of the brand "Borjomi" will appear on the markets of more than 30 countries, among them are Israel, the USA, Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Canada, Austria, Turkey, Japan, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Greece, Australia, the UAE, the UK and South Korea.

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