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If You Could Bottle the Might of the All Blacks...

If You Could Bottle the Might of the All Blacks...

One home grown success backing another.

Along with the rest of the nation, Anchor too will be going rugby mad – turning milk bottles black to show support for the men in black.

The limited edition 2L milk bottles are being released and have put their game jerseys on especially - numbered 1 to 15 so that you can collect the whole team! Available in Anchor Blue, Lite, Trim, Calci+, Protein+ and Silver Top variants.

It’s the same Anchor milk we all know and love, in a 100% lightproof, 100% recyclable HDPE bottle that can be included in your kerbside recycling – the only difference is the bottle is black.

Anchor milk is the original ‘made on the farm’, ‘meal in a glass’ back when the paddock was the gym, and hard yakka the workout.

So pour some pride on your breakfast cereal, or pour yourself a glass. It’s filled with the strength of a nation.

Together we’ll help the country stay nourished to #GOSTRONG and get behind our boys.

The black bottles are available nationwide, for a limited time only, from today, 7th September 2015.


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