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The History of Food Packaging

An interesting chronology of the history of food packaging on reducepackaging.com illustrates how much food packaging has evolved over the years. The chronology begins with the use of natural materials like reeds and animal skins, progresses through ceramics and narrow-necked… Read the rest

Waterproof, Durable Stone Paper® Ideal to Make Paper Crafts

Pinterest is a photo-sharing social networking site that describes itself as a “virtual pinboard” that allows members to organize and share images and video of the things that they love. Their About Page says in part:  Pinterest lets you organize… Read the rest

Make a Simple but Eye Catching Paper Christmas Ornament

Polish Star Christmas Ornaments Tutorial Just in time for the holidays, this Polish Star Christmas Ornament tutorial shows you how to make an eye-catching traditional Polish star-shaped ornament from paper, string, a few sequins or beads, and a little bit… Read the rest

Consumer Reports Takes Aim at Poor Packaging

Photo Credit: puuikibeach The December 2012 issue of Consumer Reports features a hard-hitting article on what it calls “illogical, misleading, and over-the top packaging” commonly criticized by consumers. The article, Packaging Gotchas: Mad at hard-to-open, shrinking, undersized, or overwrapped products?… Read the rest

Creative Packaging – Thinking Outside of the Box

Truly creative packaging has the power to surprise and delight consumers. Take the pretty swirlies on the new Holiday Season Bombay Sapphire Gin packaging, which light up and move when you lift the box off the shelf, the result of… Read the rest