Van Gogh Vodka unveiled new packaging for its self-titled lineup of vodkas. The project was a collaboration between Van Gogh Vodka and Spring Design Partners, which sought to re-imagine the on-shelf expression of the iconic namesake by creating a standout design that would elevate the flavored vodka segment, capture the millennial market and contemporize the brand, it says.
Jagermeister, Celsius among brands with new designs
December 16, 2016
Heineken debuted a 250-ml slim can in Brazil in partnership with Crown Embalagens Metálicas da Amazônia S.A., a joint venture of Crown Holdings Inc. and Évora S.A, marking the first time Crown’s 250-ml slim can was made available in the Americas, the company says. Heineken 250-ml slim cans already are available in Europe and Asia, it adds.
Pinnacle Vodka released a new bottle for its Pinnacle Original Vodka. The new packaging features the brand’s more polished, refined look and encapsulates the clean and smooth profile of the vodka inside, the company says.
Brand launches Endlessly Smooth creative campaign to support revamp
November 14, 2016
Christian Brothers Brandy has a new, premium package reflective of the American brandy’s quality. The refreshed, modern label communicates the quality of Christian Brothers, dating back to 1882, and enhances the appeal of the brand’s core equities, it says.
Icelandic Glacial announced that its super-premium lineup of sparkling and still spring waters now is available in uniquely designed glass bottles that are available in 330- and 750-ml sizes and retail nationwide and online for a suggested retail price of $2.99-$3.49 for a 750-ml glass bottle.
The January 2017 issue of Beverage Industry includes our 2017 Bottler of the Year cover story as well as articles about new product development, packaging, health and wellness products and more. Check it out today!