New microwave packaging that allows greasy, breaded or bread-like foods to be prepared in the microwave so that they are crisp and tasty when removed from the original packaging.
What do a plankton-feeding fish from Australia, Curry Powder’s golden ingredient, and explosive corn have in common? They may play a starring role in 2012 American food trends, according to food and nutrition forecasters at Publicis Consultants USA. Read more…
Just goes to prove one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. This prototype sold at auction recently for $240,000. Don’t throw away anything…
Will Europe lead the US down a mandated path? Or will the “Nutrition Keys” voluntary guidelines being circulated in the US find adoption?
Wendell Manwarren speaks of Rapso and J’ouvert and changing the conversation, listen, you will enjoy!
From the TED* event in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Wendell Roger Manwarren is a founding Member of the Rapso group 3canal.
Coke is seeing red again after flirting with white cans and confusing market – 2011-12-02 14:03:11 | Packaging Digest
No good deed shall go unpunished! For no one reads anything anymore, not even the labels of the beverages they are purchasing. So, Coke pulls the white cans and the World Wildlife Fund loses out. Sorry, I like the design regardless.