Top flexible packaging news of 2015

By Lisa McTigue Pierce in Flexible Packaging on December 02, 2015

“Flexible packaging has been one of the fastest growing packaging sectors over the past 10 years, thanks to increased consumer focus on convenience and sustainability, and this rapid development will continue to accelerate,” according to The Future of Global Flexible Packaging to 2020 from Smithers Pira.

That sums up today’s situation quite well. We’ve certainly seen a number of remarkable technological advancements in the last year that have kept interest in flexible packaging high within the packaging community. Especially as consumer acceptance has kept pace, too.

Enjoy our list of the Top 11 flexible packaging developments of 2015, starting from the bottom with…

 

#11. The new Daisy Squeeze…It may look like a tube, but this package is actually a pouch with a closure (see photo above). Based on the number of Facebook “Like”s, Daisy sour cream fans give this easy-to-dispense and spoon-free solution a thumbs up.

 

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