Packaging

What are packages saying?

By Kevin T. Higgins, Senior Editor
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The FDA warning letter was bad enough, but what really galled David Glasser was being lumped in with certain companies and singled out from others.
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Convenience packs boost sugar sales

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For the casual baker, premeasured packets of brown sugar proved to be a convenience they were willing to pay a premium for over the holiday baking season.
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Fresh, safe food for Fido

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How much are dog owners willing to spend on quality pet food? Investors are betting a lot.
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Lifestyle-specific containers

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Canada’s Eska water touches all the material bases in its sweeping array of bottled still and carbonated waters.

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Packets of herbs and vitamins

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If the kids turn up their noses at Flintstone vitamins, maybe a packet of Italian herbs laced with B12 and niacin for their pizza is the way to ensure balanced nutrition.

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Shoppers see clearly now

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Hand-knotted egg rolls are more typical of a corner bakery than a commercial operation.
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Dispenser pioneer passes away

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Curtis Allina’s departure from Pez Candy Inc. in 1979 was abrupt, but his contribution to both the company and food packaging will live on for years.
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A raspberry for excess headspace

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The January edition of Consumer Reports magazine takes aim at food packages that seem to promise more than they deliver, with Lay’s potato chips cited as exhibit A.
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Delaware microbrewery likes aluminum

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Chalk up another craft brewery in the aluminum-container column: 16 Mile Brewing Co., a start-up brewery in Georgetown, DE, debuted its Old Court Ale and Amber Sun Ale in 22 oz. aluminum bottles in June.

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The well-engineered cap

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Premium products demand premium delivery systems, which is why a Texas salad dressing maker pioneered the use of a no-drip, no-glop closure.
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