This photograph features various Cohn Bros containers, including a beetroot tin and a plastic sauce bottle.
Beetroot was grown at Cohn's Piambe farm and canned at the Swan Hill factory. It was crinkle, or "ripple", cut an innovation at the time.
A squeezable plastic sauce bottle was also an innovation for the time. Cohns sold various sources, including: Worcestershire Sauce; Grill Sauce; and Long Way Sauce (named through a family member's observation that "it went a long way").