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Packaging Innovation of the Month: a herb garden in your fridge

We are all guilty of buying jars of dried herbs and spices for use in a particular recipe, only for them to lurk at the back of the kitchen cupboard, often never used again. Equally, we all know that fresh herbs taste great, but pre-packaged cut varieties only have a short shelf life and not everyone has the space or green fingers required to cultivate their own herb garden at home.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jul 2014
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Packaging Innovation of the Month: Naturally Clicquot lets you chill and go

Sustainability is probably not something that immediately springs to mind when thinking of champagne packaging, but it is a topic that Veuve Clicquot has tackled with its Naturally Clicquot gift box, by French designer Cedric Ragot. Instead of an elaborately decorated presentation carton, the firm opted for an eco-friendly molded pulp-board outer casing made from potato starch and recycled paper.

Published By Datamonitor
29 May 2014
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Packaging Innovation of the Month: Powerspray takes on aerosols

An elegant all-plastics pump spray, positioned as an eco-friendly, propellant-free alternative to traditional aerosols, is being used by Pokon Naturado, the number-one plant care consumer brand in the Netherlands, for a range of houseplant and garden sprays.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Apr 2014
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Packaging Innovation of the Month: deodorant driven by air

At first glance, with its slender cylindrical shape, Vogue Women's Enjoy deodorant spray may look like one of the aerosols that are commonplace in the sector, but its full-length labeling actually conceals an innovative eco-friendly dispensing mechanism, using only compressed air with no propellants.

Published By Datamonitor
31 Mar 2014
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Packaging Innovation of the Month: vodka goes pop!

Voz sparkling vodka is the first brand of its type to use the innovative Zork SPK resealable closure as an alternative to conventional champagne-style corks and plastics stoppers. It offers consumers a genuine packaging benefit, while retaining the opening ritual we associate with sparkling drinks, and can be used time and time again.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Feb 2014
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Packaging Innovation of the Month: start your day the squeezy way

Tate & Lyle's Golden Syrup Breakfast Tottle builds on recent moves into more convenient formats, such as pouring bottles, and has created a distinctive new pack for the brand. The injection stretch blow molded PET tottle is short and dumpy, and arch-shaped to evoke the Lyle's Golden Syrup branding banner, while its clarity shows off the product's attractive color.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jan 2014
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Packaging Innovation of the Month: lip-gloss on the move

Pack-Track's Packaging Innovation of the Month for February is Sweet Pocket Gloss from Look by BIPA, launched in Austria in a pack that has been specially designed for taking with you on the go. Its unusual packaging includes a moving lenticular mouth shape that should appeal to young shoppers.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Feb 2013
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PLA Innovation of the Week: the vodka that thinks it's an entertainment center

You know you're not talking about ordinary vodka when it comes with an instruction manual and information about warranty service. But that is just the beginning for Raduga Nanofilter Electronic Compression Vodka. Raduga features a special reusable filtering mechanism, LEDs, and sound effects. New in Russia, it is the innovation of the week from Datamonitor's Product Launch Analytics.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Feb 2013
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Nestle Gold Blend innovation shows sustainable direction

The issue of sustainability continues to act as a major driving force across the consumer goods industry, but this is particularly true in packaging. While Nestle last month stated that various innovations over the past two decades had saved it between 40 and 70 million kilograms of materials, lightweighting measures can only go so far.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jan 2013
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Nestle: new mobile app aids recycling

Nestle Singapore has launched a mobile app that provides consumers with instructions on how best to recycle packaging. While such a move could improve recycling rates and efficiencies, the extent to which it is adopted elsewhere may be determined by the level of consistency in recycling policy.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Aug 2011

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