10 Creative Food Packaging Designs

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Is boxed water actually better? Is chocolate tastier when it comes in pretty, patterned paper? It’s safe to say that well designed packaging can add so much to the experience of eating or drinking. It can influence your decision before you take an item from the shelf, and everything from the font choice to the shape of the package itself are key components in making a good first impression on a customer. Today I’m sharing 10 packaging designs (and concepts) that I think make strong and creative first impressions — and bring something different to the shelves in food stores all over the world. —Hri Bernard

  1. Shibani says:

    OMG these are gorgeous! I’m SUCH a sucker for great packaging!

  2. Michele says:

    Great packaging Encore International. I am happy to say you are my clients!
    Aflac/Michele Zaccone

  3. jess says:

    those packaging is so cute and creative and convenience !!!

  4. Arlene Vega says:

    No mention of WikiPearl?? Feel like edible packaging is one of those ideas we’ll all take for granted in 5 years. –


  5. Great packaging design! Keep sharing!


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