Frozen Food Packaging In A Growing Market

Exciting new research published by Credence Research reports that the global frozen food market is expected to expand with a CAGR of 4.2% through 2022[1]. For frozen food manufacturers, this is welcome news. Factors contributing to this solid growth include busy lifestyles, product innovation, and the rise in popularity of natural and / or organic Read More about Frozen Food Packaging In A Growing Market

Frozen Food Packaging In The Microwave: How To Win With Convenience

In the packaging world (and on the retail shelf), convenience is still king. Microwavable frozen food packaging isn’t a new idea, but new innovations in pouch and bag design and high barrier film development have kept it on the cutting each of packaging technology. Here’s why microwavable frozen food packaging is here to stay, and Read More about Frozen Food Packaging In The Microwave: How To Win With Convenience

Food Labeling Changes Are Better For Consumers

With just 16 months to go before the first food labeling change deadline, food manufacturers may be feeling the pressure—but many consumers are looking forward to the food labeling changes. A healthy, balanced diet is a key element of maintaining good health, so clearer food labeling that makes it easier to determine exactly what you’re Read More about Food Labeling Changes Are Better For Consumers

Pet Food Packaging Features Consumers Love

As the pet food market continues to grow, so does consumer appetite for added value and convenience when making pet food purchases. Figuring out which pet food packaging features matter to your customers is the key to success in this competitive market. Pet Food Packaging Closures Consumers of premium pet food are shying away from Read More about Pet Food Packaging Features Consumers Love

Billboard Effect: Using Multiple Packages for Max Shelf Impact

It should come as no surprise that the design and presentation of your product’s packaging is one of the most important factors in driving sales from the shelf. In fact, between 70% and 80% of purchasing decisions are made in-store. That’s why maximizing shelf impact by taking advantage of the billboard effect could be a sound Read More about Billboard Effect: Using Multiple Packages for Max Shelf Impact

3 Ways Environmentally Friendly Food Packaging Can Help You Reach Your Corporate Sustainability Goals

If you’re like a lot of forward-thinking companies, you have set corporate sustainability goals that your entire organization is striving to achieve. As you may be aware, sustainability reporting and corporate sustainability goals are an important part of building public trust for the modern company. In its guide to corporate goal setting, the United Nations Read More about 3 Ways Environmentally Friendly Food Packaging Can Help You Reach Your Corporate Sustainability Goals

New Food Labeling Rules in Canada

On December 14, 2016, Canada’s Minister of Health announced new food labeling rules informed by “science-based nutrition” and years of consultations with stakeholders and the Canadian public by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. These changes, which include updates to the Nutrition Facts Table, new rules for listing ingredients, and changes to standardized serving sizes, will Read More about New Food Labeling Rules in Canada

Packaging Design: A Closer Look at Motivation and Impulse Purchases

Packaging design is the number one driver of impulse purchases which, in turn, are among the top drivers of revenue for producers. Up to 40% of consumer spending at the supermarket is made up of impulse buys. How can savvy manufacturers use this information to pad the bottom line? Understanding what causes an impulse purchase Read More about Packaging Design: A Closer Look at Motivation and Impulse Purchases