California winery Truett-Hurst has introduced the first paper wine bottle in the U.S., comprising a molded pulp shell in the shape of a wine bottle, with a film liner inside. Lightweight and recyclable, the package offers a number of sustainability benefits, while its retro-cool graphics convey the lighthearted nature of the new PaperBoy brand.
Musco Family Olive Co. makes its contribution to the growing snack-packed olive market, introducing its Pearls black olive product in a clear, single-serve cup. The portable, convenient product comes in a four-cup multipack with a cardboard carrier decorated with the Pearls brand logo, icon, and colors.
Nuts, cheese or bacon, and pomegranate arils are showcased in an elegantly decorated paperboard pack with die-cut windows for new Ruby Fresh Salad Jewels, available in three varieties and in two sizes.
Designed to replace the sugar bowl, Domino Foods’ shapely new sugar bottle for two varieties of its Domino and C&H brand sugars offers an easy-grip body and a flip-top closure for easy handling and dispensing. Plus, it’s pretty enough to leave out on the kitchen table.