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Pentawards recognize 'World's most attractive packaging'

Moët et Chandon wins Silver award with unique label that provides tactility and beauty for a new champagne category.
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Cognac debuts tactile shrink sleeves

Faux leather finish adds a touch of luxury.
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Mini cookies big hit in PP cups

United Biscuits Southern Europe, Barcelona, Spain, introduced Nabisco-brand Mini-Oreos and Mini-Chips Ahoy cookies packaged in rigid polypropylene, 4-oz cups to Spanish and Portuguese markets in 2004.
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Coca-Cola collector's bottle design

Coca-Cola Brazil recently launched its limited-edition Coca-Cola Light bottle decorated with a full-body shrink film from Sleever Intl.
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Candles' sleever makes scents for S.C. Johnson

Racine, WI-based S.C. Johnson & Son has gone one better—make that two better—than the competition with its Glade “3 in 1” candle. Introduced in September and available nationally in December, SCJ’s first pillar candle offers three colors and three fragrances.
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Phosphorescent decoration

To celebrate the “Festival du Film de Paris” this year, the French Champagne house Pierrel released a limited-edition bottle decorated with a phosphorescent shrink-sleeve label from Sleever Intl.
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Shapely bottle pours into yogurt

For its new line of 10-oz drinkable yogurt, Stonyfield Farm is using a contoured high-density polyethylene bottle decorated with a full-body shrink-sleeve label.
Cutaway diagram shows just how much space the heat-generating chamber occupies inside the can.
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Nestlé tests an award-winning can

Consumers on the go continue to drive packaging development around the world. This time it’s a self-heating can of coffee from Nestlé UK.
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A sleeve-label solution

Caprice des Dieux is a popular cheese brand in France immediately recognized by its oval-shaped, blue paperboard carton. So when French cheese marketer Bressor launched a brand extension called Caprice des Anges, it was essential that the new product’s packaging build on the equity already established by its Caprice des Dieux.