New Inflight Meal Box
Scandinavian Airlines have been the first airline carrier to trial an new inflight meal box. The main benefits of the box is less weight, easier to handle, and most importantly, an attractive appearance that is easy on the eye.
It is actually made from Incada boxboard that comes from Iggesund Paperboard, giving it a different feel to many other inflight meal boxes.
So is the new inflight meal box a hit? At the moment it is just be trialled in the evening across certain Scandinavian Airline flights, although if it proves to be a hit then the trial will be extended into further flights.
Make no mistake about it, the new box definitely has a lot of creativity and flair, and it could represent a major improvement in the way meals are served on planes across the world.
New Can Serves Up Hummus and Chips
One of the major growth areas of recent years has been “food to go,” and this has resulted in a lot of new and exciting packaging designs being introduced into the market.
New Tribe To Go have just released a new can that offers consumers a selection of tasty hummus and chips that can be eaten just about anywhere. The food is contained in a portable composite can that is both easy to use and attractive to the eye.
Not only are consumers looking for “food on the go” but they also want healthy food. This is backed up by a poll from Mintel that suggests 65% of consumers want healthy snacks, while 36% of snackers currently eat their food on the go.
You can also add to this a tremendous growth in the sale of hummus over the past few years, with a rise of 77% so far in 2014. This means that the new can offered by New Tribe To Go is perfectly placed to cash in on these new consumer trends, and with such creative packaging, it could soon have prime position on many retail shelves around the country.
Anchor Cheese Introduces New Easy-Seal System
One of the most popular cheese companies in the UK have recently released creative new packaging that features a new easy-seal system. The main aim of the packaging is to make it easier for consumers to open and close the bag, while at the same time keeping the cheese airtight so it remains fresher for longer, and can also be used in the freezer with great results.
The new packaging is a result of many years of research and taking on board customer feedback at the Anchor Cheese HQ. UK Customers have long been looking for an easier packaging solution to keep their cheese fresh, while at the same time not being complicated to use.
So does this Easy-Seal system offered by Anchor Cheese have the solution? Only time will tell, but at first glance it certainly appears to be a major step in the right direction, and if initial tests prove to successful then production of this kind of packing will no doubt increase.