A new type of liquor bottle with a removable, disposable plastic dispenser that’s more compact than an old one has arrived at the U.N. border, the U,N.
said on Thursday.
The new dispenser is a collaboration between beverage maker J&B Beverages and its U.K.-based partner, J&E Beverages.
It features a built-in LED light, a retractable lid and a magnetic charging port.
“The dispenser will allow for easier disposal of a single bottle, ensuring that the beverage remains in the holder,” J&B Beverage said in a statement.
“It can also be used to fill multiple bottles and even for dispensing large quantities of product.”
This is the first of its kind dispenser at the United States and is expected to be fully operational in the next two months.
Ns. trade body said the new dispensers are designed for use with beverage containers of up to 30 liters (7.7 ounces) and can be used for both non-alcoholic beverages and alcoholic beverages.
also said the dispensers will be made by J&F Beverages in the U.,N., and the United Kingdom.
J&E’s new dispensing dispenser.
(Courtesy of J&J Beverages)The new product comes in two varieties: a compact, disposable one and one with a built in LED light.
J & E’s new, compact dispenser has an estimated retail price of $10.95, according to the company.
The J&G dispensers have a maximum capacity of 10 liters, according the company, and can dispense a wide variety of liquids and beverages, including water, fruit juice, and milk.
J, E and J&A, a joint venture between J&S Beverages, J & B Beverages of Great Britain and J.W. Mason & Sons of Canada, manufacture the new J&I dispensers and have been producing them since 2016.
The company said in the statement that it is working closely with the Unams, the international agency responsible for international trade and customs.
The dispensers were developed with the goal of reducing the number of bottlers, according a J&R representative.
The company said that the dispenser’s capacity will be determined based on the number and type of bottling containers being used.
The news comes just weeks after the U of N issued a directive banning the import of some products from countries with high levels of alcohol, including the U.’s alcohol-heavy European Union, as well as the U’s neighbor China.
The U.s. has a total of more than 1.6 billion people.