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Packaging Design

Best in New Food and Beverage Packaging October 2022

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Collectible peel-off label stickers give Whetstone Beer fans another reason to buy a can.
Food-sensing paper packaging, Sidel's 1SKIN, Smart Pail for pet food, beer's peel-off sticker labels (shown), Dr Pepper Fansville Reserve, combismile cartons, Costco's success.

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. This content archives food and beverage packaging news from October 2022 that includes sensory paper packaging, Sidel's 1SKIN, Smart Pail for pet food, Dr Pepper Fansville Reserve, combismile cartons, Costco's success. For the latest packaging news in this market, visit the live stream or follow Packaging Digest on Twitter

Sidel reveals 1SKIN, a label-less, recycle-ready PET bottle with a tethered cap.

Biodegradable paper packaging that senses food attributes.

 Whetstone Beer debuts peel-off sticker label.

The 4.4% CAGR baby food packaging market size is driven by pouches.

Nanocrystals’ role in diverting food packaging from landfill.

Beverage carton design for recycling guidelines released.

First-into-market Smart Pail packaging is for an ecommerce pet food.

Research: biopolymer coating from seaweed could solve fast-food packaging problem.

Ball’s aluminum beverage drink cups are now available in two sizes.

Frito-Lay kicks off FIFA World Cup campaign with globally inspired flavors and packaging.

The future food label may be tastier: how about a QR code shaped cookie?

General Mills’ Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Marvel Comics debut Spider-Man limited-edition collectible box.

Seaweed sourced for next-gen biopolymer coatings for grease-resistant fast-food packaging.

Uptime Energy’s redesigned bottle is fit for coolers and helps strengthen multipacks.

Dr Pepper unveils limited-edition bourbon-flavored Fansville Reserve.

Cartons of beer sold with a unique warning label.

Stauffer’s redesigns the packaging for Classic Snaps cookies.

Proposed FDA criteria for food products to be labeled "healthy" would not include breakfast cereals like Honey Nut Cheerios and Raisin Bran.

Heineken UK updates the Green Grip unitizer for canned beer to be more durable.

Dutch beverage brand chooses SIG Combibloc's on-the-go combismile carton.

How the evolution of PE resins supports recyclable flexibles for foods.

Australia startup Greenskin Wine earns accolades for unique “soft pouch” packaging.

How future food packaging might look.

Intelligent bottle cap developed to cut food waste is much more accurate than a best-before date.

The inside secrets of Costco’s club-store packaging success.

Retortable barrier pouches are also transparent, microwavable, and recyclable.

Grain-bowl inspired StarKist Smart Bowls are more than pouched tuna.

Gong Cha Singapore releases ketchup-flavored bubble tea in Heinz ketchup bottles.

World’s first: Cadbury UK sharing bars are wrapped in flexible packaging made with 30% recycled plastic.

BRICS researchers work on edible eco-friendly film to extend shelf life of food products.

Archroma’s Appretan NTR barrier solutions for food packaging use a renewable natural ingredient.

World’s first compostable, microwave-safe food tray.

Nestlé Confectionery switches to sustainable FSC paper wrappers for its Quality Street and KitKat packaging.



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