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A Latvian yoghurt drink maker used Mosaic technology from HP to one million different bottle labels for its new range.

The 'Shake' yoghurt cocktail range includes a unique bottle design for each consumer due to HP's variable printing technology.

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Creative agency Immer Design Studio worked on the graphics for the plastic polymer bottles, which form a limited edition range.

The cocktails, from Latvian dairy company Tukuma Piens, are available in flavours of summery plum, orange grapefruit, and apple and grape.

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Consumers can just shake the drink, and it becomes thick and foamy.

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