American beverage corporation, the Coca-Cola Company, is trying out its first-ever paper bottle that could replace its plastic packaging in the future.
The company is rolling out 2,000 paper bottle prototypes this year to test their efficacy.
Designed by a Danish company called Paboco, the prototype is made of a paper shell and a thin plastic liner that holds the liquid inside. The company claims that the plastic liner can be recycled in most places.
After experimentation, the paper bottle is expected to come without the plastic.
The trial will be launched in Hungary this year on Coca-Colas' fruit drink Adez.