squeeze bottle


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squeeze′ bot`tle


n.
a flexible plastic bottle the contents of which can be forced out by squeezing.
[1945–50]
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That includes ketchup, where industry leader Heinz is rolling out its Heinz Tomato Ketchup Blended with Sriracha Flavor, merchandised in a 14-ounce squeeze bottle with a suggested retail price of $2.69.
Transfer to squeeze bottle and refrigerate until needed.
The packaging gives retailers the option of stocking either Queen Helene's 16-ounce traditional tub or a customized squeeze bottle.
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Both mustards are sold in a convenient easy-to-use squeeze bottle and range in price from $3.89 to $4.49.
By 1979 the company had introduced both a milk product and an additive in a squeeze bottle. In early 1991 the Lactaid product line and trademarks were licensed worldwide to the McNeil division of Johnson & Johnson.
Formulated as a cream rinse, Nix is packaged in a 2-ounce plastic squeeze bottle, with a nit comb.
The squeeze bottle sells for a suggested retail '' price of $3.75.
Packaged in a 13-ounce squeeze bottle, Beaver Gourmet Ketchup is made with the company's proprietary ketchup recipe and blended with its award-winning honey mustard.
Mayo Gourmet is packaged in a convenient 11-ounce squeeze bottle. It is being positioned as a premium mayonnaise, but as suggested on the front and back label, it is also a quick and easy party dip.
Tone Almond Milk Nourishing Body Wash is available in an 18-ounce squeeze bottle that has a suggested retail of $3.99.