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Seniors are irritated with obnoxious packaging

Janice Lascko has had enough. Pop-top soup cans, toy packaging with twisty ties and other hard-to-open packaging has the 61-year-old arthritis sufferer writing an opinionated letter to the Packaging Industry, via Packaging Digest, with an emphatic message: >>>stop making packaging that is extremely hard to open<<< While admitting that medication, of course, need to packaged …

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The strange case of the whisky packaging and the album artwork

What happens when you team with famed artist Leif Podhaisky, whose creative mind is responsible for surreal and beautiful album artwork for musicians like Bonobo and The Horrors, to create a gift pack for Ballantine’s? This hypnotically abstract set of boxes and sleeves, part of the distillery’s new ‘Artist Series’, is what happens. And the …

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Mini and single-serve packs prove less is more

Small packages can deliver great value for beverage, food, healthcare and personal care products. Single-serve and small packaging is having more and more success: consumer lifestyles are driving the trend toward smaller packaging. What drives food and drinks are issues like convenience, dietary awareness, freshness and reducing waste. “It’s a lot about convenience, 2, including …

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Stand-up pouch shaped like a mason jar: a new frontier in marketing

Would you like a handy stand-up pouch that reminds you of old school mason jars without the hassle of having a bulky glass jug? The answer relies in the Schur® Jar: a unique flexible stand-up pouch that is shaped like a traditional glass jar, courtesy of Schur® Star Systems premium printing techniques, that obtains a …

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