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Packaging Digest, Fall 2016

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8 FALL 2016 www.PackagingDigest.com online exclusives Read these bonus articles at packagingdigest.com Fruit cups grow up—so does their packaging Del Monte launched what it says is the "f rst-ever adult fruit cup." T e packaging design for the new Fruit Refreshers line uses black and bold colors, bigger cups and grown-up varieties to better satisfy adults looking for a convenient, fresh, healthy and tasty snack. http://pdlinks.com/ FruitRefreshers Colonial revolutionizes its shrink wrapping operations Leading-edge shrink wrap technology improves shrink wrapping and poly-bagging throughput of Colonial Press's printed materials, such as brochures and catalogs, by more than 400% to 115 packages per minute. http://pdlinks.com/Colonial Food packaging safety: How to avoid documentation disaster All you need to know about creating documents intended to protect consumer safety and the mutual interests of end users and suppliers. Before you respond "So?" know that the least exciting part of your job may represent the most important quality and safety protection for your company. http://pdlinks.com/DocDisaster New study helps answer the question 'Is this package recyclable?' Everyone wants recyclable packaging, but the designation of "recyclable" can be complicated, subjective and often confusing. A new study released by the Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) helps take the confusion out. http://pdlinks.com/SPCStudy Packaging delivers high level of distinction for cannabis beverage powder A Seattle-based company specializing in packaged marijuana products distinguishes with a unique packaging design. Potshotz (produced by Prohibition Gold) are single-serve, 1-g stick packs of neutral-tasting, quick-dissolving powder, housed in a tent-style outer carton. http://pdlinks.com/Potshotz SEEING THESE ARTICLES FOR THE FIRST TIME? Sign up for Packaging Digest's News & Insights e-newsletter to receive news as it happens. Keep up to date with our quick-scan headlines—the best source for what's happening in packaging, delivered directly to your email inbox three days a week (Tues, Wed and Fri). Go to pdlinks.com/News

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