Looks do count when it comes to presentation of a product. An item that catches the eye on a shelf has a stronger chance of being purchased by consumers. Here we go over the importance of packaging and presentation for a product.
Hershey's is making it sweeter to share your mood with 25 different emoji options to choose from. Instead of the “Hershey’s” etched into the pieces of a milk chocolate bar, an emoji will be shown in its place.
With beer being such an outwardly simple phenomenon, surely packaging it is pretty straightforward. As it turns out, it’s trickier than you might think. Here are the five most common mistakes we’ve observed — and on occasion, rectified.
Get back to basics and reach the customer before they dive into the papers in a product's packaging and toss them aside. Here are four tactics backed by data that you can use on the packaging directly around your product as well as on those shipping boxes your warehouse sends out to e-commerce shoppers.
Looking to redefine the tea category, OFFBLAK targets Gen Z and millennials driven by beauty, status and experience with an identity that encourages the consumer to ‘Drink tea like everybody’s watching’.
Securing mock-ups, prototypes and sales samples shouldn’t be painful. Often expensive, time-consuming and frustrating, yet a necessary, valuable tool that delivers significant results when executed at the right time. Implementing a smarter packaging mock-up solution means getting the right mock-up and value for every phase of the new product development process.
Using song to lure TV listeners in with the hope that consumers will relate to the product is not new. Its purpose? To do what it does for me: think about one’s youth and a happy, carefree time with no bills, no house payment and no work hours. And, as a child of the ’70s, I’m happy to reflect back through familiar tunes.
For the beverage industry, the power of packaging has never been more important — new entrants into the space can literally live or die by it. With the global marketplace becoming more crowded, the opportunity to get noticed on-shelf or online is more competitive than ever.
In this issue of Packaging Strategies, we share new technologies in label management, the skills gap and end-of-line machinery, big data, one garage door manufacturer turns green with new packaging, snack food packaging trends and more!