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HopeGel is a nutrien- and calorie-dense protein gel designed to aid children suffering from severe acute malnutrition.
Consumers frequently have to come up with their own ways to close flexible packaging.
The technology is designed to replace heavy rigid packaging and improve shelf appeal.
The new beauty brand and packaging launched in the U.K. in November 2013 and will be rolling out across key global markets throughout 2013 and 2014.
Tom’s of Maine, with its entirely natural ingredient-based products, aims to convey a citizen brand personality and essence, one that evokes cues of goodness and authenticity.
San Luis is a Californian brand of regional artisan bread with a loyal consumer base for not compromising its ingredients or methods.
Milano has become a billion dollar brand. Pepperidge Farm wanted a look just for it, instead of the previous design shared with the entire Distinctive Cookie line.
The multi-generational family farming company owns its entire supply chain from growing to distribution. The organic and non-GMO rice products are intended to appeal to gourmet and health and wellness consumers.
Hill’s, a leader in pet nutrition since 1939, introduced Ideal Balance as a 100% natural pet food. The package is designed to establish a balance between emotive imagery and the health benefit story.
The chips are designed to provide consumers with a healthy alternative in the snack aisle.
BRANDPACKAGING’s packaging conference returned for a tenth year with a focus on a single message: Make It Matter.