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Diamond Award Winners--best of the best (sidebar)

Folger’s AromaSeal Shaped Plastic Coffee Canister(see: packworld.com/go/c108)The Procter & Gamble Co./Product Ventures, Ltd.
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Liquid Container Co.,

Amcor Flexibles, Erie Plastics, Multi-Color Corp.

The 6-layer coextruded canister, a replacement for metal cans, resists dents and dings. It’s light and stackable and has a molded-in handle.

Morningstar International Delight Coffee Creamer Customized Toggle Dispensing Closure

(see: packworld.com/go/c109)

Morningstar Foods, Inc.

Owens-Illinois,

Closure & Specialty Products

Injection-molded PP closure is ergonomically designed and provides for one-handed

opening and closing. Toggle-closing end is designed to

provide for clean shut-off with minimal drip and no residue.

Holographic foil for Blister Packs

GlaxoSmithKline

The Paper Products Ltd.

This foil helps prevent

counterfeiting of pharmaceutical products. The focus of this

technically superior innovation incorporates continuous

hologram security seals in the foil of pharmaceutical blister packs, including surface printing with a gravure process to provide added counterfeit protection.

See the story that goes with this sidebar: 2004 DuPont Award Winners

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