Apple has unveiled a pack of apple juice boxes that contain a box of cider, to help its users save money on energy.
The apple cider boxes, which can be bought for about $39.99, were developed in conjunction with British energy company SABMiller and are being manufactured at the company’s Cork, Ireland facility.
The boxes are made from a lightweight material called polypropylene that allows the apples to stretch, which means they can be used to pack groceries or other items without compromising the quality of the product.
Apple has also developed its own packing system that is made from polyprophetic wood, which it has used to create packs of its own products.
Apple’s cider, which has a high alcohol content and is widely used as a condiment in traditional recipes, is also popular with consumers.
Apple says the packs are a more economical way to store cider than traditional cans.