Regular readers of this blog are at some point going to start getting the idea that I’m obsessed by food. It’s not true; it’s the designers, inventors and innovators of modern packaging who are obsessed. Why else would they keep on coming up with packaging products that look like food, are made out of food and, in some cases, can actually be eaten?
One of the latest items to hit the market is a range of paper made from the residues of corn, citrus and kiwi fruits, olives, almonds, hazelnuts and coffee beans, and which has applications that include shopping bags and luxury packaging. Now, before you rush to our website in search of them, I should point out that you can’t yet get these from Davpack.
Fans of food related packaging will, however, be delighted to hear that we do have chip paper, gift boxes for luxury chocolates and confectionery, packing peanuts, chocolate-flavoured mailing bags and a range of sandwich, deli and ready meal containers, although it’s quite possible I might have imagined one of these.
For more information on our food packaging and some tasty packaging recipes, call our Sales team now on 0844 800 9844.
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