15 fundamentals packaging pros should know

Packaging professionals tend to be curious, intelligent people. They wonder about anything and everything related to packaging, such as materials, design, formats, troubleshooting and other aspects of the industry. At Packaging Digest, we satisfy that constant curiosity by researching, writing and posting articles on a variety of packaging-pertinent topics. We chat about robotics, material reduction, the ins and outs of healthcare packaging and more.

Our team of journalists works hard to bring you interesting, useful and entertaining stories about various aspects of packaging. When these stories resonate with readers well after their original publication date, it makes us happy. It is always nice to know our articles are connecting with you weeks, months, even years after they first hit the web.

Our review of the top stories of the year revealed more than a dozen high up in the list that deal with the basics of packaging. [A healthy chunk of them are healthcare related, so we also compiled “Packaging ‘basics’ popular with healthcare professionals”.]

Do you know what your colleagues and competitors know?

Here are the Top 15 Articles About Packaging Basics you all have been reading this year.

 

15. 5 food safety hazards...and how to prevent them

14. 5 tips on how to write a purposeful packaging design brief

13. Blister packaging: Catching forming issues before you fill and seal

12. 3 ways packaging aids brand marketing

11. How to achieve the perfect seal for your boxes

10. The economics of improving power factor

9. 7 distribution hazards and how packaging can help avoid them

8. How food processing methods affect your packaging options

7. 5 basics for engaging customers with packaging

6. FDA guidelines vs. regulations

 

NEXT: Find out the Top 5 articles on “packaging basics” on the next page

Jenni Spinner

Freelance writer and former Packaging Digest senior editor Jenni Spinner is a trade journalist with more than two decades of experience in the field. While she has covered numerous industries (including construction, engineering, building security, food production and public works), packaging remains her favorite.

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