Market Insights

Beverage Packaging: A Thirst for Something More

June 23, 2017


The various types of beverage packaging span from bottles, cans, pouches, cartons and others. According to Market Research Reports, the demand for traditional beverage packaging, such as plastic closures and metal closures, are still in top demand with a slight advantage to plastic. However, new trends accompanying convenience, sustainability, and innovation are on the rise.

Today’s consumers want products that work for them instead of the other way around. They are thirsty for more progressive packaging, even if it means altering preconceived standards of beverage packages.

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Topics: Food Packaging, Beverage Packaging

Preservation is Key with Fruit Packaging Solutions

May 8, 2017

There are approximately 2.2 million farms in the United States and the average American consumes roughly 273.2 lbs. of fruit each year. This means that for farms to provide fresh produce to Americans, as well as exporting farm goods to other countries, produce needs to be delivered in a way that maintains its freshness, quality, and taste while being transported to grocery store shelves.

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Topics: Food Packaging, Flexible Packaging

What's Ahead in Food Packaging?

November 17, 2016


Packaging is crucial to the success of products and brands. It can make all the difference between being noticed and purchased by consumers, or being left on the shelf. Innovative food packaging can influence and increase the odds of repeat purchases as well. Changes in demographics, preferences, lifestyles, and eating habits are all fueling change and evolution in food packaging. Here are some of the top trends:

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Topics: Food Packaging

Top 5 Features of Rigid Container Packaging

June 20, 2016

You may have the best products in the world, but without the optimal packaging, you won't be able to succeed in your market. Victory Packaging's rigid container solutions can enhance your business and its products in a range of key ways. The following are five of the top features and benefits of our rigid packaging and container options for food and other products in a range of industries.

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Topics: Food Packaging, Automative Packaging

6 Signs You Are Losing Money from Your Food Packaging System

March 8, 2016


The average consumer is probably unaware of the immense challenges that every company involved in the production, distribution and transportation of fresh produce faces. It doesn’t matter whether a grower is rushing to deliver a new harvest to a distributor, or the distributor is eager to fill 18-wheeler trucks full of produce to take to grocery stores or wholesale warehouses. You need to find solutions to everything from managing your inventory to controlling costs, automating production, and optimizing efficiency and productivity. We will look at six common challenges our customers face and show you how Victory Packaging approaches and resolves each challenge. 

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Topics: Food Packaging

10 Challenges to Keep in Mind for Food Packaging

March 3, 2016


Food companies have to keep all sorts of issues in mind when considering their packaging decisions. There are a number of interesting trends spilling into the mainstream that are redefining food packaging. Let's take a look at the top 10 challenges for those who are responsible for food packaging.

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Topics: Food Packaging

4 Packaging Tools Everyone in the Food Industry Should Be Using

February 29, 2016


Food packaging requires taking into consideration a number of factors. By utilizing advantageous packaging tools, you can develop a packaging plan that can easily be adapted to meet your specific needs. Whether utilizing fresh produce packaging or flexible packaging, everyone in the food industry should take a hard look at their packaging, and consider packaging design prototyping, a sustainable packaging evaluation, packaging optimization to reduce waste, and self-opening, self-closing, self-sealing or self-locking containers as part of their packaging strategy.

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Topics: Food Packaging