january 2018

In the next issue of Inside Packaging we look at the role aesthetic labelling and decorative techniques play in the pack format, and how brands are

adding value through visuals, suchas special effects and printing capabilities.

We also look at cosmetic airless jars and the benefits it has over traditional packs, as well as discovering more about milk packaging that uses HDPE bottles and induction heat seal liners.

Finally, we analyse the male grooming market to find out how design and marketing is attracting this target audience, profile a new material with

anti-microbial properties that has been launched in an attempt to extend

food shelf life and reduce food waste.

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Editor | Sonia Sharma
 Writers | Callum Tyndall,

Thomas Kure Jakobsen,

Katherine Woodward,
Eloise McLennan, Joe Baker,

Martin Leeming
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Lead Designer | John Hammond
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