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While consumers do love their glass of wine, they won’t just settle for any old wine packaging with a classy sounding name on the label. The best way to spot a quality wine, according to them? The type of closure tells all. No less than 97 percent of U.S. consumers are convinced that the best […]
We may take them for granted, but glass wine bottles haven’t always been around. There used to be a time when wine was transported and sold in clay amphora and barrels, and consumers used wineskins to carry their ‘vino’ with them when they went out. However, when the glass wine bottle sealed with corks was […]
While manufacturers and packaging designers work hard to offer sustainable packaging, there still is a lot of work to do. Simply walk through the aisles in your local supermarket and you will notice that eco-packaging is a long way from becoming standard. Here are 3 product groups that could do with an ecological makeover.
Is it really necessary for shirt packaging to be so wasteful? The combination of plastic, cardboard, tissue paper and hidden pins can be really hard to unpack, restock in the store and disassemble at home. Can’t shirt packaging be made more consumer-friendly?
What if we could use one of the few materials planet earth will never grow short of: sand? With sand as the prime resource material for packaging, ecological challenges would disappear overnight as sand is clean and 100 percent recyclable! What if we told you sand packaging already exists?
In food packaging the keyword is ‘fresh’. Everything, from fruit, to vegetables, to meat and candy, has to look fresh. The entire package is designed with this fresh image in mind: from the vivid natural colors on the package to the mouthwatering images pictured on the front. Even preserved food, which is all but fresh, […]
We talk a lot about eco-friendly packaging rapidly becoming the standard for the packaging industry. Prominent packaging companies are racing toward new environmentally friendly packaging methods.
Puma wants to reduce it’s ecological footprint. Together with fuseproject they came up with Puma’s Clever Little Bag. The bag will replace Puma’s shoeboxes. Puma’s Clever Little Bag uses 65% less cardboard than the typical shoebox. Created out of non-woven mesh, the recyclable material requires less work and creates less waste. It has no laminated […]