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What’s been popular in packaging this past month? We reveal the Top 5 posts of August that include drones, marijuana, food and beverage packaging, beach reading, beer and fishing.


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At Honest Marijuana Co., environmental responsibility shapes not only the cultivation of numerous strains of cannabis but also how the company packages them.


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Sleeve labels wrap Chicago’s Burnt City Beer cans in a new look done on a tight deadline that adds a major dose of fun and irreverence.


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Recycling programs do their best to communicate the items they want to collect. They should do better.


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Vault Brewing co-owner James Cain opens up about new brews, additional capacity, process improvements and other nitrogenated products like canned coffee and wine.

 


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With the changeover from May to June, our regular compilation reviews what articles drew the most attention this past month as measured by website metrics at PackagingDigest.com.


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Specialized packaging technology adapted for La Colombe Coffee Roasters turns an ordinary can into a value-added delivery system for a foamy, microbubble-laden latte.

 


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What is notable about this top-down view of a canned product? Take our special Earth Day Visual Quiz and see if you can deduce or guess what this may be about. We offer some visual clues before showing it.

 


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Packaging articles about design, pouches, fantastic foods, automation and beer closed out 2015 on a high note.

 


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We dispense for your discernment a quintet of the best-read beer articles in 2015 that center on breakthrough packaging formats and innovative package designs.

 


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Besides cool weather, playoff baseball, football and colorful leaves, fall also brings a full-on display of seasonal packaging to beer aisles.

 


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'Throwback’ green materials, mass-customized cans, ‘cannabusinesses’ and pouches and a packaging fable all drew high interest from the packaging community over the past month.

 


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Mass customization of beverage packaging continues to find applications, most recently in a special edition of 200,000 Bud Light cans.


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Want to sell more beverages? Perhaps you should consider packaging them in aluminum cans. New research shows that frequent users tend to consume even more when the beverage is in a can, as compared to bottles.


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ConAgra Foods Inc., owner of Hunt’s, Chef Boyardee, Libby’s, Van Camp’s and many other iconic canned-food brands, has completed the transition to cans that do not have bisphenol-A (BPA) liners.


At Honest Marijuana Co., environmental responsibility shapes not only the cultivation of numerous strains of cannabis but also how the company packages them. In August 2016, the company introduced sustainable packaging drawn straight from the food...


Sleeve labels wrap Chicago’s Burnt City Beer cans in a new look done on a tight deadline that adds a major dose of fun and irreverence.


Just about everything changed for Burnt City Beer over a five-month period: The name changed from...


Recycling programs do their best to communicate the items they want to collect. They should do better.

That’s one of many conclusions we’ve drawn from our soon-to-be-released Centralized Study on Availability of Recycling. The study...


Vault Brewing co-owner James Cain opens up about new brews, additional capacity, process improvements and other nitrogenated products like canned coffee and wine.

 

The frothy nitrogenated pour of Vault Brewing’s widget-less Nitro Can...


With the changeover from May to June, our regular compilation reviews what articles drew the most attention this past month as measured by website metrics at PackagingDigest.com.

In short, May was about cans and trends. By cans we mean for...


Specialized packaging technology adapted for La Colombe Coffee Roasters turns an ordinary can into a value-added delivery system for a foamy, microbubble-laden latte.

 

Everyone’s familiar with draft beer, so why not a Draft Latte?...


What is notable about this top-down view of a canned product? Take our special Earth Day Visual Quiz and see if you can deduce or guess what this may be about. We offer some visual clues before showing it.

 

We want to bring to your...


Packaging articles about design, pouches, fantastic foods, automation and beer closed out 2015 on a high note.

 

Welcome to 2016! 2015 went out with a bang at PackagingDigest.com via a variety of top story compilations of the past year...


We dispense for your discernment a quintet of the best-read beer articles in 2015 that center on breakthrough packaging formats and innovative package designs.

 

While we Americans pride ourselves in being #1 in just about everything,...


Besides cool weather, playoff baseball, football and colorful leaves, fall also brings a full-on display of seasonal packaging to beer aisles.

 

Fall is my favorite season, with cooler weather, football and those oh-so-amazing tree...


'Throwback’ green materials, mass-customized cans, ‘cannabusinesses’ and pouches and a packaging fable all drew high interest from the packaging community over the past month.

 

The seasonal changeover on September 23 from summer to...


Mass customization of beverage packaging continues to find applications, most recently in a special edition of 200,000 Bud Light cans. Each 16-oz can is decorated with a shrink sleeve label that has been digitally printed with a unique packaging...


Want to sell more beverages? Perhaps you should consider packaging them in aluminum cans. New research shows that frequent users tend to consume even more when the beverage is in a can, as compared to bottles.

The study was conducted by...


ConAgra Foods Inc., owner of Hunt’s, Chef Boyardee, Libby’s, Van Camp’s and many other iconic canned-food brands, has completed the transition to cans that do not have bisphenol-A (BPA) liners.

The company completed this change to its food...


Vault Brewing’s packaging method gives canned beer a smooth, micro-bubbly pour to mimic that of draft beer without the use of nitrogen-charged widgets.

 

Sometimes it takes fresh eyes to see things in a different way, which describes...