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Best in New Food and Beverage Packaging June 2022

Corona Canada's low-carbon beer can, Carlsberg tests paper beer bottle, Welch's personalizable snacks packaging, Martha Stewart AR label, more.

Lisa McTigue Pierce

June 30, 2022

2 Min Read
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Image courtesy of Corona Canada

Food and beverage brands constantly launch new products and new packages, many of which are posted to social media — if you can find them. Packaging Digest highlights the best of them on a regular basis, with the most recent “find” at the beginning. Here are relevant posts from June 2022. CLICK HERE to see the latest additions. 

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Coca-Cola debuts limited-edition, high-concept sodas this year.

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Corona Canada pilots low-carbon beer can that reduces GHG emissions 30%.

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Prevented Ocean Plastic fresh food packaging surfaces in Ireland.

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Chocolates’ box designed using digital printing and laser-cutting magic.

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A unique wooden take on the traditional unboxing experience.

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It’s not summer without blockbuster super hero movie tie-ins.

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KFC food packaging turned into fertilizer after use.

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Toronto looks to reduce single-use food packaging.

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Fancy Food Show packaging trends.

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Carlsberg tests PEF barrier paper bottle for its iconic beer.

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Kraft Macaroni & Cheese gets a brand refresh and a new name.

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Inspired design for Artisan Liqueurs.

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Welch’s lets you personalize kids’ fruit snacks packaging.

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Martha’s Chard is fronted by Martha Stewart, who talks via augmented reality label.  

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Rutgers' research: Antimicrobial, plant-based coating can replace plastic food packaging.

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Pilot scale R&D creates a better, more sustainable biopolymer cellulose film with food packaging potential.

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Yili recognized for global dairy packaging innovations.

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India researchers develop ultrathin biodegradable heteroprotein film for food packaging and other markets.

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Assessing the value of returnable beverage packaging.

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Albertsons refreshes Soleil sparkling water brand’s packaging design.

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Laser-coded compostable biopolymer films for foods.

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Debut of Jack Daniel’s & Coca-Cola pairs two popular brands in one can.

Filippo Berio’s redesigned olive oil bottle is more ergonomic and greener, too: it’s molded with 50% rPET.

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Bottle design hits a high note in iconic packaging design.

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PET Recycling Coalition launches with brand support including Danone, Coca-Cola Co.

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Purina gourmet cat food in “designed to be recyclable” pouch

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Modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) expanding at a 4.52% CAGR.

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Transparent cellulose film can replace plastic packaging for foods.

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Detailed review of the Vinos Cetto “extreme” wine label redesign.

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Minions take over Hippeas snacks.

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Spirits brands can now seamlessly enable augmented reality engagement on their packaging.

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Trends include interactivity, personalization, sustainability, and minimalism.

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Food Packaging Robotics Market sees 10.2% CAGR.

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PD’s twice-monthly food and beverage packaging newsletter sent today.

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Moisture-reducing packet triples the shelf life of produce.

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NFT wine bottle club in Turkey.

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For earlier Best in New Food & Beverage Packaging items, click here.

About the Author(s)

Lisa McTigue Pierce

Executive Editor, Packaging Digest

Lisa McTigue Pierce is Executive Editor of Packaging Digest. She’s been a packaging media journalist since 1982 and tracks emerging trends, new technologies, and best practices across a spectrum of markets for the publication’s global community. Reach her at [email protected] or 630-272-1774.

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