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Packaging Design

Best in New Food and Beverage Packaging November 2021

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Johnnie Walker’s “gem” of a bottle, Tim Horton’s reusable Tupperware packaging, Mars Wrigley supports compostable packaging, and more.

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 November 2021. CLICK HERE to see the latest additions. 

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Astronaut food from 1970s reinvented as pouched, cannabis-infused Space Food Sticks.

Johnnie Walker Masters of Flavour limited-release bottle looks like an emerald.

New Era of Smarter Food Safety.

Cheers to new program for distillery/brewery recycling drop-off.

Sealed Air, SABIC, Tesco, team for advanced recycled plastic.

Better food packaging is healthier for the earth.

Parents assess food packaging.

Ragú redesigns and gets cheeky in ads.

PepsiCo EU talks circular flexibles.

Mars Wrigley joins @LoopFund to support compostable packaging.

BarrierGuard OxygenSmart Bottles earn How2Recycle recognition.

Ardagh Group and major brand to begin first-ever, lightweight glass trails in January.

NFC + Blockchain = smarter tequila packaging.

Coveris, Tesco, and Moy Park brand launch monomaterial stand-up pouch.

European beverage brands innovate with line extensions.

Do Not Freeze smart labels.

Cheers to the world’s first sustainable biofuel glass bottles.

Carved wood packaging is warmly appealing.

Tupperware’s one-of-a-kind reusable Loop packaging now at Tim Horton’s:

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