Bobby 2000

Bobby 2000

Product Specs

Neck:38mm 3-Start
Capacity:2000 ml
Weight:37 g
Dimensions:Ø: 105 mm / H: 290 mm

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The Bobby 2000ml has a wide 38mm 3-start neck and is a popular choice for juices and smoothie products.

About the Bobby series:


Bobby’s classic rounded shape makes it a popular choice for beverage products such as juices, smoothies, lemonades, milkshakes or vitamin waters.

This series of bottles comes as standard in a range between 60ml – 2000ml with neck sizes of either 28mm or 38mm and can be used with tamper-evident screw caps.

This is an industry standard food grade PET bottle that’s suitable for HPP. Furthermore, the material is BPA, BPS and BPF free and has good chemical resistance.


  • – Available in rPET
  • – Available in custom colours
  • – HPP suitable
  • – BPA, BPS, BPF, MOSH and MOAH free
  • – UV barrier available
  • – Oxygen barrier available
  • – Cold-fill
  • – Labelling service available
  • – Screen printing on bottle available
  • – Compatible for induction heat sealing (IHS)
  • – Delivered to suit your filling schedule


The Bobby bottle can be made from a mix of rPET and PET or pure PET.


About PET & rPET:

PET is a strong and 100% recyclable plastic. PET is one of the few plastic materials with the ability to look crystal clear like glass while retaining the features of plastics (lightweight, shatterproof etc.). This means that your product will be presented in the most luxurious way while protecting the contents safely. rPET is recycled PET and has many of the same properties as virgin PET, however it might have a slightly different hue due to the PCR (post-consumer recyclate) used.  You can learn more about rPET here.

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