The Better With Less – Design Challenge had an international jury including packaging design experts from various fields related to packaging, design, brand strategy and innovation. After the judging concluded and the finalists chosen, a roundtable panel discussed what they saw as well as the challenges facing the packaging community.
With social distancing in place this season, fans may be unable to go to their beloved stadium, so Pepsi is paving (literally) a new way for fans to keep this tradition alive and pre-game at home. The brand is bringing an at-home tailgating experience to 20 fans. At nearly $5,000 in value, this customized 16 sq. ft. tailgating box has everything needed for a Homegate experience.
Kellogg is offering U.K. customers the chance to create a personalized 'back to school' cereal box. Shoppers collect codes from three promotional packs and then upload a photo and personalized message to a website
Smurfit Kappa Colombia is partnering with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Colombia to highlight the protection and conservation of forests in the country. Under the new partnership, both organizations will work together to restore, expand and protect forests and ecosystems that are the habitat of several species of flora and fauna.
DS Smith has launched its Circular Design Principles, citing company research that shows better packaging design could save the industry $46 billion a year in logistics costs globally. New research reveals that consumers are carefully considering company sustainability practices before purchasing, especially when it comes to wasted space.
Masks are changing the way Americans use makeup, with an interest in bold eye makeup prompting a rise in sales of products like eye shadow. Lipstick, however, has been particularly hard hit during the pandemic and could indicate the demise of "the lipstick index."
The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) announced today the return of its dairy product innovation competition with the launch of the Real California Milk Snackcelerator to inspire new ideas integrating the flavor and functionality of California dairy into snack formulations that meet the needs of today's consumers.
Inc. magazine just revealed that Michigan native 15-year-old Alina Morse's company, Zolli Candy, is No. 532 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The high school sophomore advanced more than 100 spots from her 2019 ranking at No. 635.
The U.K.'s largest and most comprehensive survey of product and packaging innovation is open for entries. The Product of the Year is on a mission to discover and celebrate the U.K.’s most innovative new products and packaging for 2021.
The September issue of Packaging Strategies includes our spotlight feature on labeling and what it means to consumers. Also you will find features on cannabis packaging, inclusivity in packaging’s future, automated inspection for a syrup manufacturer, a pickling company grows into new equipment, frozen foods trends and more!