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10 Creative Food Packaging Designs

by Hri Bernard

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

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I love the simplicity here: simple text, simple design, simple everything. Photo and Design by Loving Earth
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This is such a great idea: packaging for pistachios inspired by the shape of a pistachio! Everything - from the text, to the way the packaging is used - speaks to the experience of eating pistachios. Photo and design by Maija Rozenfelde
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I can't help but wonder if it's a struggle to pour milk out of this container, but it looks amazing. The best way to sell something is to tell it like it is, and this definitely does that. Photo credit: fubiz.net; Design by Visual Advice
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This packaging simulates the idea of having honey straight out of a beehive! Photo and design by Backbone Studios
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Packaging that provides serving sizes! I could totally use something like this when I make pasta. Photo and design by Tamura Design Studio
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Don't mind the box. What I love here is the shape of the cheese packaged as a pencil! Design by Korefe, Photo from The Die Line
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How cute! It's a rack of tea bags. Photo Credit and Design by Soon Mo Kang
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This is the type of packaging that I'd feel bad about ruining. It's so artful. I'm really into these patterns - and what's inside. Company: Muse Chocolate Concept. Photo Credit: packagingoftheworld.com; Design by Mo Kalache
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greenpress' juice cleanse products have a simple, transparent glass shape with hilariously chosen text. To top it off, there are remarkable names like "Cayenne West." I can't help but smile every time I think about how clever these are. Photo credit: green press
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This design is perfect for movie nights - it's a built-in expandable chip bucket! Designer: Dohyuk Kwon, Photo credit

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