Inside Packaging – Market Focus Special Issue - August 2016
In this issue: The latest research, insights and analysis from Canadean, including investment trends and packaging innovations in beverages, household care and cosmetics.
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Welcome to this year’s first special issue of Inside Packaging, bringing you the latest insights from the global packaging industry from research specialist Canadean.
In this issue we explore how increased investment in research and development may lead to a race to develop ever more unique and novel pack designs, examine the rise of drinks bottles with built-in dispenser functions,
and find out what makes a consumer-friendly pack for car shampoo from Germany stand out on the shelves.
Plus, we find out what visitors can expect from this year’s Canadean Beverage Packaging Conference in Brussels, explore a new tea pouch concept that combines gourmet products with the convenience of takeaway packaging, and explore how increased demand for on-the-go beauty products is driving innovation in cosmetics packaging.
In this issue
Packaging companies are set to invest heavily in Research and Development to 2021, but data analytics risks losing out, according to Canadean.
The Wow Factor Drinks bottles with built-in dispenser functions that release a small ‘burst’ of nutrients or flavour are currently on the rise. Canadean explores one brand’s focus on functional drinks packaging.
A stylish, consumer-friendly pack for car shampoo from Germany ensures differentiation on the retail shelf and simplicity of use. Canadean takes a look at this innovative product.
The Canadean Beverage Packaging Conference brings together non – alcoholic and alcoholic brands under one roof to discuss the latest packaging trends and share experiences.
Gourmet teas in pouches will appeal to busy consumers craving quality hot drinks, according to new research from Canadean.
Identifying pack formats and features that make a brand worth paying more is a primary factor of development in the Make-Up industry. Eloise McLennan finds out more.
Next issue preview
In the next issue, out in September, we find out how SmartDrink’s capsules are bringing bar-type cocktails to the home, explore how packaging manufacturers are reacting to the rise in snacking and sharing in the food sector, and learn how brands can use packaging to gain consumer trust.
We also take a look at on-the-go convenience packs that are carving out a new niche in the hot drinks market, ask how consumers’ changing lifestyles are driving demand and consumption opportunities for confectionery products, and find out how alcohol brands are using the power of the label to sell products in store.
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