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Best in New Food and Beverage Packaging

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Food and beverage brands constantly launch new products and new packages, many of which are posted to social media — if you can find them. Powder & Bulk Solids' sister publication Packaging Digest highlights the best of them on a regular basis, with the most recent “find” at the beginning. Come back often to quickly scroll through to see what you’ve missed.


Below you'll find new packaging developments from companies and brands that include M&M Messages, circular soft drinks, minimal trust, Products of the Year, Tetra Pak’s mission, Coca-Cola paper bottle, Hormel snacks, Nestle's vegan chocolate bars, nutty packs, ‘smellicious innovation’, Coca-Cola streamlines, Aunt Jemima rebrands, apple boxes, EPP food packaging, heart-shaped beer multipacks,  Busch's Daytona 500 cans.






















Do you prefer apples in a bag or box?
































































Loop is definitely gaining traction here and there.









Adult Happy Meals? lol.


Too good not to include...











This spring-loaded point-of-purchase display is convenient to load and unload.










The value of PET/rPET for big brands.

Cucumbers turn greener as coating replaces plastic wrap.

The brand is prioritizing package options for online sales and experimenting with direct-to-consumer commerce.





















Plastic or paper? Pasta brand prefers paper.


Lay's goes international in flavor and design:












































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