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PACK EXPO Las Vegas Powers Innovation in Beverage Packaging

With functional beverages and herbal and spice flavors growing in popularity, chances are your company is preparing to launch new products. Finding the packaging equipment and materials you need to increase speed to market is as simple as attending PACK EXPO Las Vegas.

Find Solutions
Find Solutions
  • In the PACKage Printing Pavilion—digital printing technologies that make specialized labels, on-demand printing for multiple SKUs and high-end effects economically viable
  • In the Containers and Materials Pavilion—eye-catching shapes, unique sizes, lightweight and sustainable materials
Make Connections
Make Connections

Join your peers in The Beverage Cooler Lounge, Upper South Hall, Booth S-7629, for:

  • Casual networking at tables
  • FREE educational presentations

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Beverage Industry News

Beyond Bud Light’s ingredient label

Advancing from announcement to analysis, however, much can be gleaned regarding the use of packaging as a strategic tool and a brand-builder.



Shelf stable coffee shots

Coffee shots are said to be selling like hot cakes.



Compartmented cup brings big benefits

Soup maker eliminates bulk bag format in favor of a single-serve cup that includes a snap-on container filled with fresh ingredients by in-store operators.



Ready-to-drink market abuzz while materials shift

“Cold-brew” remains a major buzzword in RTD coffee as consumer familiarity continues to increase.



Which coffee package is the most sustainable?

A new report assesses three ground coffee packaging formats: a flexible stand-up pouch, a steel can and a rigid plastic canister.



Trends influencing the beverage industry today

Where the beverage packaging industry has been, where it is today and the direction it is taking for the future.



From plastic to paper

Almond milk and juices previously packaged in plastic are headed to new paper packaging cartons that are not only easier for consumers of all ages to handle, but also optimize space on retail shelves.



Single serve wine redesign

A proprietary wine bottle design is a 6.3-oz single-serve glass bottle is available online in 6, 12, or 24 count cases.




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