Oreos Super Mario edition, ELLE Magazine Cafe coffee brand, Tetra Pak's digitally printed cartons, Kraft's balmy dressing tube, Voortman's resealable cookie pack, Pernod-Ricard's lighter-weight bottles.
Recent robust online grocery sales — along with an impressive 12% expected growth rate for the next several years — have food and beverage companies rethinking their packaging strategy for this channel.
Food and beverage brands can find alternatives to “forever chemicals” that ensure high performance of paper and paperboard packaging that also meets sustainability goals.
Tetra Pak pushes the power of digitally printed custom cartons with higher quality, shorter runs, and variable designs that unlock the packaging potential of targeted marketing.
Amendments to the agency’s organic regulations affect all parts of the supply chain, including packaging.
The cookie packaging team at Hostess’ Voortman cookies plant developed resealable packaging for 14 stock-keeping units in just six months.
The company’s recycled nylon (polyamide) products offer a sustainable, easy-to-use alternative to virgin materials for food packaging and other applications.
Fres-co System USA’s NextPak flexible coffee packaging is the first ultra-high-barrier package approved for NexTrex store drop-off recycling.
Can the smell and taste of packaging improve a product’s connection with consumers? How the science of sensory testing is enhancing the red-hot sustainable packaging market to make it more effective and more palatable to the consumer psyche.
Packaging innovations in the WorldStar 2023 awards range from a food-waste reducing bulk bag MAP technology to a 100% rPET bottle to a highly engineered can tab.