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Plain packaging could cost beverage industry nearly $300bn

A “plain packaging” policy on food and beverage brands could result in a potential loss of $293bn (£219bn) for the beverage industry globally, new research has warned.

Killer app: Saxon boozes up the traditional advent calendar

Christmas may feel like a lifetime ago but let its spirit be resuscitated with this expert piece of print from Saxon Packaging.

Watershed spooks ale fans with sinister sleeve

Watershed Packaging has been producing shrink sleeves for a number of years, with high-profile clients including Smirnoff and Deo-Go. But it has never delved into the beer market until now.

Killer app: Saxon uncorks the class for a boutique brand

Luxury drinks brand development specialist Boutique Brands has been sourcing the finest materials from all over the world for its drinks bottles, labels and corks for the past eight years. It recently enlisted the help of Saxon Packaging for its latest high-end packaging project for the Sette Vie Italian liqueurs brand.

Killer app: Americk and Amberley brew up 57 tartan varieties

To coincide with last month’s Burns Night celebrations, Scottish drinks manufacturer AG Barr embarked on a £1m campaign to promote its Irn-Bru brand, which saw two-litre and 500ml bottles of the carbonated soft drink sold in limited edition packs decorated with 57 clan tartan designs that covered the top 100 most common Scottish surnames.

Mirri and Saxon join forces to produce liqueur cartons for Boutique Brands

Saxon Packaging and Mirri have teamed up to create new high-end packaging for Boutique Brands’ Sette Vie Italian liqueurs.

MPS secures deal for Presentation Products Group

Multi Packaging Solutions (MPS) has bought Scotland-headquartered gifting packaging specialist Presentation Products Group (PPG).

Innovative printing techs to help keep consumers healthy

Horsemeat in our lasagnes and campylobacter bacteria on our chicken packaging: two of the higher-profile food scares to hit our headlines of late. Understandably given the stakes, grocery food integrity and hygiene is high on the general public’s radar. Which means so too is the packaging that delivers it.

Ryedale Group wins inaugural Stationers' Innovation Excellence Awards

The Ryedale Group has been named overall winner of the Stationers' Company’s inaugural Innovation Excellence Awards, for developing a low-cost gas sensor with litho-printed electronics.

Faret selects Trucard for premium drinks carton

Tullis Russell's Trucard board is said to be benefiting from premium drinks brand owners' attempts to differentiate their brands through the appearance and appeal of their packaging.

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