It's been a while since we told you about paper bottles. However, this does not mean that there is no news in this area. Yes, unfortunately, so far no researchers have achieved results in obtaining a 100% paper bottle. But…

There are brands whose design and packaging are already so traditional that they have long become part of the brand. But the time comes to break the most established traditions. Apparently Pringles marketers thought so too.

It seems, what could be the connection between the pattern and the smell? They appeal to completely different senses and do it in different ways. However, as it recently turned out, the connection is much stronger than it might seem at first glance.

It would seem that there could be something in common between chips and psychology? However, the British company Beavertown was able to connect these two seemingly incompatible concepts.

Is it possible to replace polystyrene foam in trays for fresh meat, poultry and fish? At first glance, the material seems irreplaceable in its qualities. And not recyclable. The latter, in the context of current trends in the packaging market, is a key drawback, which, as it turns out, stimulates new developments well.

For quite some time now, we have been seeing one or another development of a packaging solution appear, which replaces the plastic films we are used to with paper or molded paper fiber. Now we won’t be original and tell you about another alternative to films.

Every person has at least once dealt with bubble wrap for packaging more or less fragile or delicate goods. And we all love popping bubbles on this film. But if you think about it, this is one of the most harmful types of plastic used in packaging - almost 100% of this film ends up in trash and landfills.