Diane Pham

Clever Bottle Packaging Lets You “Milk an Udder” for Your Soy Milk

by , 02/11/11
filed under: Green Products

 soy milk, Soy Mamelle, Russian creative agency Kian, squeezable utter bottle, alternative to dairy milk

We’re huge fans of using soy milk as an alternative to dairy products, often procured from industrial farms boasting the unethical treatment of animals. So when we saw this clever packaging design from Soy Mamelle we couldn’t help but chuckle. Designed by Russian creative agency Kian, each bottle has been formed into the shape of a squeezable udder with a twist off cap. Whether the packaging is made with an eco-friendly material is still to be seen, but we can certainly appreciate the bottle’s ability to get people thinking of soy milk as an alternative to dairy milk.

+ Kian

via Core77

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  1. xtremepv3 February 11, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    Neat design, but why would soy milk want to mis-advertise as if its from a real cow? Soy milk has no comparison whether its taste or nutrients to real milk! the majority of dairy farms on the east coast are still smaller family owned farms. Efficiency and cow comfort is the reason why farms are growing, not at the expense of the animal. In fact, much of the reason how cows can produce much more milk is because cow comfort has dramatically increased, their nutrient intake perfected, and advanced techniques for disease prevention. I have no problem with people drinking soy milk if thats their preference. Bashing the dairy industry because of a few videos is ignorant and misleading! Real milk is one of natures most nutritional sources of food/drink and we should respect it!

  2. tangomar February 11, 2011 at 4:29 pm

    Soy milk is one of the B12 disruptors… Not fermented soy is bad for you

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