November 10, 2022

Sports nutrition, beauty, and health brands have adapted their products and packaging to fit more seamlessly into the active lifestyle of the consumer, supporting the shift to living a better, healthier life. Find out how powder pouch packaging is transforming health-focused companies.

October 19, 2022

Environmentally-conscious consumers were projected to spend around $150 billion on sustainable products last year. However, the steady growth of sustainability-friendly products and green packaging clearly indicates that going green isn’t a trend — it’s a business need.

September 27, 2022

Coffee connoisseurs go to extensive lengths to obtain and enjoy some of the most distinctive coffees in the world. For coffee manufacturers, packaging your beans and grounds requires a specialized design and production process that can significantly impact your brand experience.

September 8, 2022

Whether you’re launching a new product or revamping an existing product, one of the most important aspects of your market strategy will be your product packaging choices. Designing and developing your product packaging has implications not just for branding and marketing but also for aspects like shipping, logistics, regulatory, and retail strategy.

August 30, 2022

While, on average, American households own more dogs than cats, there are some unique trends among cat owners that food and treat manufacturers can capitalize on. Find out how your packaging can help your cat food and treat products stand out.

July 19, 2022

To compete as a pet food brand, owners have to juggle lead times, shelf life, holding quantities, category resets, and life span for both distribution and retail. It’s a very short time to make a sales splash, so having attractive pet food packaging is even more critical in helping influence consumers.

June 23, 2022

For coffee lovers out there, the trend of choosing smaller, more artisanal coffee options may have been facilitated by supply chain issues and new, local companies emerging on the scene. Part of the influence in the boom of coffee companies has been the periodically empty grocery store shelves.