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Biscotti takes Art Deco look

Shades of brown and orange warm up the packaging of Nikola’s Biscotti, Minneapolis, MN, sold in gourmet coffee shops and cafes around the world.
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Right as rain

To communicate Rain Vodka’s natural organic grain and premium quality, Spar Inc. (New Orleans, LA) redesigned the spirit’s bottle to resemble a clear, pure raindrop.
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Juiced-up labels

Thirty-year-old After The Fall fruit beverages from Smucker Quality Beverages, Chino, CA, needed a packaging redesign to convey a “hipper” attitude.
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No plain Jane

The Jane Cosmetics Division of Estée Lauder, New York, NY, called on Sterling Group (New York, NY) to design a line of skin care products for teens.
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Spray-on sunscreen

Available in Canada since 1994, KINeSYS® Sport performance sunscreen arrived on U.S. shelves in April dressed in a curvy and colorful new package.
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Easy-open end for Campbell's RTS soups

“Campbell Soup Co. today announced the most comprehensive new product and packaging initiative in its history.”That, in a May 17 press release, is how Camden, NJ-based Campbell introduced the easy-open full-panel ends soon to appear on all of Campbell’s ready-to-serve soups.
Licensed logo as it appears on the package, above, is used by Dierberg's, below, and other providers of home meal replacement fo
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Dual-ovenable HMRs use logo

The new VersaTray™ identifying logo used by purveyors of HMRs emphasizes the CPET tray's dual-ovenable nature.
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Goodbye to drug package inserts?

The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America has formed a “Paperless Labeling Task Force” to investigate how timely distribution of full prescribing information can be provided to pharmacists using new technologies instead of relying on the printed package inserts now required by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA).
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PCs penetrating packaging lines

In an exclusive PW survey, nearly half of packagers now report using PC-controlled packaging equipment, with more growth projected. However, commitment to PLCs remains strong.
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Novelty packages greet FMI visitors

Retorted trays for Café Express™ from Wornick are launched at participating 7-Eleven stores nationwide. In a nearby booth, a 12-oz bottle is topped by an HDPE push/pull closure molded in the likeness of Scooby-Doo™.
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Case makes waves on shelf

When Blue Diamond Growers needed a clever way to display its four-packs of Almond Breeze™ nondairy beverage for club stores, a handled case of single-faced corrugated from WaveFlute Products (Chino, CA) emerged as an appropriate solution.
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Primate-powered packaging

Delicious Brands, marketers of Frookie® Funky Monkeys® graham crackers, wanted its new packaging to be as fun as its name.
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Barex cleared for beverages

On June 8, BP Amoco Chemicals announced its Barex 210 Extrusion Grade Resin has been granted approval by the Food and Drug Administration for its use in producing beverage bottles for a variety of applications.
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Robotic case packer

Starting at less than $250ꯠ, the RP 240 robotic case packer from Edson (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) top loads light or heavy products into small or large packages at speeds to 15 cases/min, or 50 layers/min.
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Cremora's switch to PET

Eagle Family Foods Inc.’s switch in packaging materials in its 1-kg size of Cremora powdered non-dairy creamer was the first move in an across-the-board transition.

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