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Best in New Food and Beverage Packaging May 2022

Digital printing for beverage cans, Mondelez joins FlexCollect project, Coca-Cola's tethered caps, Danone's laser-etched water bottle, database for food contact chemicals, PFAS-free foodservice packaging, bamboo paper packaging, more.

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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 May 2022. CLICK HERE to see the latest additions. 

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Tipa reports compostable films breakthrough for packaging wet food products in G.Mondini’s Paperseal trays.

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Wines’ wolf-echoing packaging design has an environment footprint.

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20,000 unique, digitally printed and sustainable Nebula Snacks wrappers.

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Food and beverage markets hungry for rPET.

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Wild design for coffee bags in Slovakia.

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Bazooka debuts interactive gummies container at the Snacks & Sweets Expo this week.

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Food and Beverage Packaging Market growing at a 4.89% CAGR.

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Kanye West reimagines McDonald’s food packaging design.

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Parkside creates compostable packaging for Cutter & Squidge’s range of baked treats to replace previously non-recyclable plastic packaging.

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Tracking sustainable food and beverage packaging innovation.

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Mondelez joins Flexible Plastic Fund FlexCollect project in the UK.

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Database for food contact chemicals.

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Smart packaging for food and beverage.

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Incredible limited-edition packaging: whiskey bottle inside a bird feeder.

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Paper is a good sustainable packaging choice and bamboo paper is even better.

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This is what origami-inspired packaging design looks like.

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Digital printing for beverage cans unpacked.

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Coca-Cola Great Britain commits to tethered caps for 1.5-Liter bottles with attached lids.

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Why sustainable food packaging is needed now.

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“Treemendous” design and cause for Sapling Spirits’ limited-edition citrus vodka.

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In partnership with supermarket chain Lidl, Trioworld launching PCR film in Sweden for food packaging.

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Coca-Cola switches can packaging from red to galaxy pink.

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2022 “Crushie” award winners for global beer marketing and packaging design revealed.

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Wine’s wild design grabs attention.

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Food waste facts and innovative packaging solutions.

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Winpak’s ReFresh films line includes monomaterial sustainable options.

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Lifeway Foods to aid Ukraine with specially designed bottle.

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Amcor laser technology eliminates label on Danone water bottle in Argentina.

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Paper bottles to test a new, saucier market with Kraft Heinz.

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World’s first vegan-certified packaging supplier: Smurfit Kapp.

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Graphene-oxide enabled bioplastics for food packaging.

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Pegasus’ gin packaging design reaches for the stars.

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Nestlé nears sustainable perfection in Italy as 97% of packaging there is recyclable.

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ALPLA and beverage company Vöslauer develop returnable PET bottle for mineral water.

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Recycled polystyrene remade into food packaging.

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Tequila’s handsome packaging design echoes the region where it originates.

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A guide with options and links for reclosability for foods in flexible packaging.

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Weston Oil gets first packaging redesign in 20 years.

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What can you do with 1 million pieces of pet food in flexible packaging? Recycle it of course.

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McKinsey says when it comes to design, smaller is better.

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Bottled water has impact both visually and for communities in need.

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Biodegradable fruit packaging.

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Fast-food chains’ status for moving to PFAS-free foodservice packaging.

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Reviewing BK’s reusable packaging.

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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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