CHICAGO -- A flask-shaped bottle for Everfresh juice drinks will be replaced with another drink-on-the-go design due to complaints that the container looks too much like a pint wine bottle and encourages underage drinking. "We are aggressively pursuing alternative packaging designs," said Cathy Yingling, spokeswoman for Everfresh Beverages here. "Package development is not an overnight process and we want to make sure any new design meets our demands for portability and alleviates ...

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