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The Lion Brewery, one of the oldest remaining breweries in Pennsylvania, recently tapped Little Big Brands in Nyack, NY, to overhaul their signature Lionshead and Stegmaier brands, as well as the brewery identity. Though...
The Steaz brand of all-natural and organic beverages is only in its seventh year of existence, but its owners have no qualms about competing with the larger 100-year-old brands that dominate the beverage aisles. Based in...
Using qualitative ethnographic research, O-I, the world's largest glass packaging  manufacturer, partnered with the international research firm Ipsos to get a global perspective of parents' top baby food...
For the first five years of this millennium, my family had made a habit of spending a summer week in the Mecca that is New York City. During our 2002 trip, I walked into Dean & DeLuca's and spied Voss Water for the...
In our continuing series, "Design Rewind," Package Design Magazine picks the most interesting tidbits in vintage issues of Packaging Parade. This monthly tabloid-size journal covering the package design industry...
Glass presents a variety of advantages and challenges as a packaging material. Glass doesn't react with its contents, making it a favorite for acidy foods like fruits and tomato-based sauces. Glass is a durable and...
Jop Quirindongo, designer at www.lowres.nl, realized that Sweden is not the first country a wine connoisseur thinks of when it comes to wine. Though it is possible the grow grapes in this beautiful country, it takes a lot of...
As the Martell brand started to expand internationally in the early 2000s, it turned to international brand and design consultancy Dragon Rouge to develop a new bottle design for an XO cognac. More recently, Martell and...
The Bazzini Wine Merchants' original idea was to bottle everyday table wines for the U.S. produced in the region of Lombardia, Italy, where the extended family is from. The owners knew it would be a challenge since the...
Pearlfisher has created the label design for new wine brand '(oops)'. The name and market positioning of '(oops)' is derived from a true story based on the history of the Carmenere grape and Pearlfisher was...

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