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Designed especially for its limited-edition, 16-ounce cans in honor of “The Dark Knight Rises,” Mountain Dew partnered with Chromatic Technologies Inc. (CTI) to add a color-changing element to the can’s design.
Following the launch of its on-the-go cans, Kahlúa decided to give its traditional bottle a new look as well.
Real Ale Brewing Co. added 12-ounce cans to its package options starting with its Firemans No. 4 Blonde Ale.
Label producer Spear highlighted the use of its pressure-sensitive labels by several craft and regional brewers.
Lebensbaum, a German producer of organic tea, coffee and herbs, selected Innovia Films’ compostable cellulose-based material, NatureFlex NVR, as a packaging material for its organic teas.
Flow Design collaborated with ultra-premium vodka Fou-Dré, which means lightning in French, to create an eye-catching bottle design.
Zico Pure Premium Coconut Water introduced its top-selling Chocolate flavor in a new 1-liter package, the company said.
Narragansett Beer released two limited-edition cans this summer to create nostalgia for simpler times.
Oskar Blues Brewery expanded the availability of its home-brewed root beer from its restaurants by bottling it in Alumi-Tek bottles from Ball Corp.
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