California winery Truett-Hurst introduces a wine bottle made from a molded-pulp outer shell, with an inner film liner. The PaperBoy bottle is fully recyclable and has been designed to appeal to eco-friendly consumers looking for a lightweight, portable option to glass wine bottles.
Scotts Miracle-Gro introduces the Gro-Ables Seed Pod, which offers consumers a foolproof way to grow their own herbs and produce from seeds. Seeds, along with fertilizer, are contained in a ‘pod’ made from compostable materials that can be planted directly in the ground and turns to compost by the following growing season.
The carton is not only printed with graphics to resemble a 1950s-style oven, it also include front carton flaps that open like an oven door to allow consumers to open it and retrieve the just-baked hot cookies.
Conagra's Bertolli brand Rustico Bakes line of frozen ready meals have unique microwave shielding technology that keeps the edges and corners of the meal from overcooking and makes sure the center of the meal is hot.
A multilayer stand-up pouch is constructed to allow for the brewing of up to 32 oz of gourmet coffee when hot water is added. Ergonomic finger holes and a pour spout provide for easy dispensing from the faux kettle.
A new line of marinades from iconic Reckitt Benckiser brand French’s incorporates an injector tip into the packaging, making for quick and easy protein preparation. The single-use product takes just 10 minutes to permeate up to 3 lb of meat, poultry, or fish.
Pompton Lakes, NJ-based H2M has launched 989 On Demand, a rehydration beverage in a 19-oz PET bottle with a patented cap that holds vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes inside. The consumer twists the cap to release these active ingredients.