Packaging

Our Packaging category focuses on key developments over the past year in materials, sustainability, preservation and convenience.

AVALLEN

The upgraded label features full details of the brand’s water and carbon footprint, setting a new standard in transparency.

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BETTERY

We’ve seen the coffee pod format reinterpreted for products such as broth and fruit juice, but this is the first ‘coffee pod supplement’ we can recall seeing.

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COOLIVES

These decorative, reusable tins are an innovative option for preserved vegetables.

LES CRUDETTES

The barrier paper used in this line of bagged salad is claimed to keep salad fresh for up to ten days.

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NESCAFE PROTECT PROSLIM

By eliminating the foil layer, Nestle claims to have made these plastic coffee sachets 100% recyclable.

SAVLON PICHKIAO

ITC’s new pack format could shake up on-the-go handwash, as it is claimed to be refillable and to contain less plastic than traditional pump packs.

SURE INCLUSIVE

Unilever’s prototype deodorant pack incorporates multiple features designed to help those with visual impairment or motor disability.

WHIPNOTIC

The way this aerosol pack creates swirls of cream and fruit syrup recalls the tubes used to create striped toothpaste.