Fisher brand peanuts and Flavor Tree brand chocolate covered pretzels, both from John B. Sanfilippo & Son, are among the first to commercialize this cube-shaped package that is made on a v/f/f/s machine but mimics a rigid, stackable package.
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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.