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Infant Nutrition…
Best for baby, best for planet

We are seeing a rise in baby formulas and foods with some serious eco credentials, expanding the market offering of plant-based and free-from alternatives within this sector. This new range that follows stage-based nutritional standards, is aligning with the values of parents on both nutrition and climate change. So, what’s driving this new subcategory? As is often the case, several forces are at play when new product variants start to emerge, here’s some of the key drivers we have observed.

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How the Future of E-commerce is Driving New Packaging Experiences

Evolving shopping habits of consumers has led to the steady rise in e-commerce. Over the last two years, however, as consumers who previous had little or no engagement with online shopping were forced into new behaviours, the adoption of e-commerce accelerated beyond all expectations, with many of those who have embraced online shopping not wishing to turn back.

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Refills and Dispensing –
Designing a more Sustainable Future.

Today, consumer enthusiasm for packaging-free and refillable options continues to grow. Yet, despite the reassuring signs that the current pandemic has not hindered consumers’ appetite for sustainable practices, the wide adoption of refills and dispensing models continues to present significant challenges.

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Psychology of packaging and water consumption

A study published in the International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management pointed out that the visual appearance of packaging is the most important indicator of quality and can help customers build trust towards the brand and even give it a try, despite never having heard of it before.

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Highlights from Pharmapack Paris 2014

Pharmapack 2014, Europe’s main exhibition for pharma and healthcare packaging and drug delivery, has been another successful event for the PDD medical team. Attended by our well-connected Head of Medical Alun Wilcox and me – Sergio Malorni, we had many meet-ups with our past and current clients where we discussed their latest developments and initiatives. Likewise with our simple and clear message, our stand attracted other pharma reps new to us wanting to know how we can potentially respond to their many product development and usability engineering challenges. Let’s see what develops for us in the coming year. As for the exhibition the appropriate size and quality of suppliers and conference talks made this event well-liked; the show was focused which make it attractive for decision-makers to attend.

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When food meets tech…

Food and beverage – nourishing, hydrating, stimulating and refreshing. But what happens when you throw a bit of science and technology into the mix? In our blog this week we’ll be taking a look at how the food and beverage industry has been shaped and influenced by technology from other sectors; and where science, technology and art cross over to create whole new experiences…

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Milk Packaging in Canada

Again, another blog post about milk (see the last one here: The second best thing after sliced bread. We talk milk bottle openers).

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Smarter Packaging

Over the last year or two we have talked a lot about smart packaging to our clients. Increasingly we are seeing the coming together of traditional physical formats of information with digital media to provide consumers with additional layers of experience and knowledge.

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Ration Now

Nostalgic design getting serious.

It’s unsurprising that in a time where every other article is about deficits, cuts and generally glum news that design takes this into account, following suit and stripping back accordingly.

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