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Tofusan launched its first premium organic UHT soymilk in original flavor and low sugar varieties in combiblocMini aseptic carton packs from SIG.

Thai company Tofusan, founded by Suranam Panichakarn in 2011, and SIG, have teamed up to launch the country’s first organic UHT soymilk in aseptic carton packs.

After enjoying rapid growth to become the market leader in pasteurized soymilk, with a 65% market share in Thailand, Tofusan has launched its first premium organic UHT soymilk in original flavor and low-sugar varieties in combiblocMini aseptic carton packs from SIG.

Working in close collaboration with the team at SIG to find the most convenient and modern, yet sustainable, packaging solution, Tofusan opted for combiblocMini aseptic carton packs and flexible filling technology from SIG for its first organic UHT soymilk range.

The packaging, which blocks out light and air, provides Tofusan with safe long-life storage and transportation, without the need for refrigeration or preservatives, SIG said.

It added that the packaging opens up new opportunities, both domestically and overseas.

Suranam Panichakarn, founder of Tofusan, said, “Thanks to SIG we have found the perfect packaging solution and technology to build and market our UHT product line of premium soymilk. SIG is a reliable partner for us in all matters relating to aseptic filing of innovative and differentiated products. Our close cooperation helps us to secure a stronger business and to meet constantly changing consumer demands.”​

Vatcharapong Ungsrisawasdi, country manager Thailand at SIG, said, “What differentiates Tofusan’s organic soymilk is its high-quality natural ingredients that taste as good as traditional homemade soymilk. Opting for our aseptic filling technology and carton pack ensures premium quality, taste and aroma of the soymilk, while retaining natural nutrients. We’re looking forward to continuing our cooperation with Tofusan to give consumers in Thailand and beyond a traditional homemade soymilk experience.”​