Top 5 packaging developments of March

By Packaging Digest Staff in Packaging Design on April 07, 2015

With the Final Four of NCAA basketball just ended Monday night, we present our Final Five of March's most popular articles. Making the cut was a sustainable jug, a reclosure partnership involving a major brand owner, a dairy company that got flexible, tactile-inducing packaging and beer packaging loaded with value-added mystery.

 

Although it has come and gone, the month of March saw the welcome start of spring and a keen interest in five highly popular articles on PackagingDigest.com as determined by website analytics. Read what packaging developments your peers found most interesting, though you’ll see that this list includes a rare, exact-number tie at #2. Our list starts in reverse order at #4 as seen above:

4. A joint effort from Nestle Purina PetCare and Ecologic Brands Inc. (shown above) is a molded fiber bottle made from recycled, recyclable molded paper pulp with built-in handle that holds eco-friendly cat litter. In addition to being easy on the environment, the jug is user-friendly. The packaging design features a sturdy molded handle, a helpful feature for a product with fill weights of 6 and 10.5 lbs. Read more about the development in our exclusive interview.

 Next up: #3 involves a CPG, a well-known R&D organization and a new kind of low-tack adhesive that sticks only to itself.

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