If ketchup in a squeezable bottle was the last food packaging revolution, could sprayable ketchup be the next one? It could be, according to a new survey commissioned by Honeywell that looked at consumer attitudes toward aerosols and what applications they would like to see in the future. The survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults found that two-thirds (66 percent) would use some type of food and household product if it were available as an aerosol.
“Not long ago, the thought of spray-on sunscreen was revolutionary,” said David Cooper, global business director for Honeywell’s Fluorine Products business, which has introduced an aerosol propellant with a lower global warming potential than others commonly in use. “Today, consumers’ appetite for additional household and personal care products is growing across a broad spectrum of applications – from stain removers and hand sanitizers to condiments.”
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