We turn shoe leather into snaps, with this synopsis of Interpack 2014 in pictures, framed by a beverage angle!
Quite the most interesting photo I took at Interpack – it’s a two chamber Tetra Pak designed by Stolte Packaging (who have approached their larger peer with the idea) to cut out waste issues associated with milk, and, as you can see in the background juice.
Key questions remain about its viability – how would it work on a filling line? – but wouldn’t it be even more exciting to stick milk in one side, cereal in the other? Or even use two different flavors of juice, or other different liquids, that the consumer can either mix or drink separately?
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