As a further benefit to boomers says LPK look for larger type too. The global market NAFTA and changing U.S. demographics will also result in more multilingual package copy. The firm anticipates further gains for flexible packaging particularly in cereal pouches and plastic bags for charcoal. Also expect microbrews in bottles containing as much as 50 oz; an emphasis on shapely containers such as Coca-Cola's contour bottle (see PW March '95 page 2); unisex products/package design; and consumer preference for branded offerings rather than generics. Kathman also points out that the color green will stand for more than "environmentally friendly." "The use of the color green is beginning to be used by package designers to signify 'health' and 'low fat.' A few years ago a product that was low in calories or cholesterol was silver in color with labels boldly saying 'diet.' Now the trend and message are more subtle. The 'green wave' trend in packaging tells consumers go ahead and buy me I'm good for you." Cincinnati-based Kroger provides such an example with its Healthy Indulgence and Sensible Indulgence product lines introduced in December and January respectively. The two lines will carry a total of approximately 200 products expected to be on Kroger shelves by the end of March. Dairy bakery and grocery products include a green horizontal band carrying the Healthy Indulgence name. A red vertical ribbon that crosses the green band offers nutrition information. One of Kroger's first Healthy Indulgence product lines is ice cream (shown here). The high-density polyethylene tubs injection-molded by Cardinal Packaging (Cleveland OH) are unusual in that they're in-mold labeled. IML is not unusual in personal care bottles but Sandy Giesting marketing manager for Kroger's Ice Cream & Novelties Div. believes it's never been done with ice cream containers.