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.
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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.
Lundberg Family Farms recently launched a new pouch for its organic rice that employs Velcro® closure technology that allows consumers to easily open and reclose the pack without having to align zippers.
Editor Pat Reynolds demonstrates the world's first recloseable blister pack, a novel single-serve coffee package, and an unusual plastic container for Kikkoman soy sauce--all items he discovered while attending TokyoPack.
Lindy Hughson, managing editor PKN Packaging News (Australia), was one of the packaging journalists from the International Packaging Press Organization (IPPO) who recently joined Packaging World VP Editor Pat Reynolds at Tokyo Pack. In this video Hughson shows which packages caught her eye during an IPPO tour of an Aeon supermarket.