The winners were chosen in categories of packaging excellence, printing achievement, technical innovation, and sustainability and environmental achievement.
Here is a selection of some of the food packages that picked up an award.
The 2014 Flexible Packaging Achievement Awards were presented this month at the annual meeting of the Flexible Packaging Association in Arizona.
Gold award for packaging excellence
Manufacturer: Curwood, Inc. User: Bonfire Wines.
The 1.5L pouch is designed for ‘next-generation’ wine drinkers. It has an 80% smaller carbon footprint than bottles, and the pouch can keep wine fresh for up to four weeks after opening, the manufacture claims.
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