Perhaps at first it will not meet the favor of refined sommeliers or the most passionate oenologists, but the Frugal Bottle is certainly a novelty for the strict world of wine.
Everything related to packaging assumes an increasingly central role in the context of the so-called circular economy. This industrial sector, through the choices and research on materials, has in fact a fundamental weight on the practices of consumption, recycling and reuse of resources.
This take-away food packaging project comes directly from India. It was launched by Spoon of Love, a virtual restaurant specialized in vegetarian cuisine.
Oggi il packaging non è più solo uno strumento di vendita: la pandemia di Covid-19, tra le altre cose, sta avendo un impatto anche sul packaging design. Vediamo quali sono i principali trend che caratterizzeranno l’anno appena iniziato.
There is a lot of talk about the accessibility of cities or buildings for those people with mobility problems, but also packaging can be more accessible.
"Ooho" is not an exclamation, but an invention: it is a special edible and biodegradable pack that wants to replace single-use plastic, conceived by the London start-up Notpla.
Packaging is able to convey the Christmas spirit more than anything else. On the other hand, from an early age we have done nothing but wait for Christmas to unwrap parcels and packages wrapped in colored paper and ribbons with voluminous curls.
Un packaging biodegradabile in grado di estendere la durata di confezionamento degli alimenti, combattendo così sprechi e inquinamento da plastica: è questo il risultato del Progetto YPACK.
It is now an established fact that packaging influences the shopping experience. In our blog we have repeatedly talked about how a package is an important media capable of influencing the perception of the product, in the same way the color also influences the choices of consumers in an important way.
Safeguarding the planet also involves small daily gestures, such as eliminating the use of plastic films to preserve food, plastic that then ends up in the waste once it has been used.