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With Philadelphia set to start taxing soda -- regular and diet -- one of the ad industry's biggest spenders is under attack. Packaging News, Philadelphia, Soda, Advertising, Industrial, Graphics, Canning, Face, Illustration

Soda Under Attack: Can Ad Industry Save One of Its Most Important Clients?

With Philadelphia set to start taxing soda -- regular and diet -- one of the ad industry's biggest spenders is under attack.

Read Tesco criticised over fictional farm names on food packaging latest on ITV News. All the Consumer news Farm Name, Packaging News, Names

Tesco criticised over fake farm names on food packaging | ITV News

Tesco has come under fire for using fictional British-sounding farm names on labelling for its food products.

Outrage as manufacturers DROP ‘Easter’ from chocolate egg packaging PD packaging Cracked up: Outrage as manufacturers DROP ‘Easter’ from chocolate egg packaging Egg Packaging, Packaging News, Easter Chocolate, Chocolate Chocolate, Egg Drop, Hot Cross Buns, Chocolate Packaging, Jelly Beans, Easter Baskets

Cracked up: Outrage as manufacturers DROP ‘Easter’ from chocolate egg packaging

CHOCOLATE egg packaging has lost the word 'Easter' on millions of boxes during the past five years despite staunch opposition in the UK, experts have claimed.

A Canadian grocery store has started selling avocadoes halved and peeled in plastic and cardboard packaging. Avocado Wrap, How To Cut Avocado, Fresh Avocado, Fruit Packaging, Plastic Packaging, Cannabis, Plastic Wrap, Marketing, Grocery Store

Sobeys criticized for selling avocado halves packaged in plastic, cardboard

Sobeys is being criticized for selling pre-cut, pitted avocados that have been packaged in plastic and cardboard.

Snacks nation: Food makers turning everything into snacks As around-the-clock grazing upends the way people eat, companies are reimagining foods that aren't normally seen as snacks to elbow in on the trend. Peanut Butter Bites, People Eating, The Duff, Food For Thought, Turning, Snacks, Meals, Cooking, Packaging News

Snacks nation: Food makers turning everything into snacks

NEW YORK (AP) — There are no meals anymore, only snacks. As around-the-clock grazing upends the way people eat, companies are reimagining foods that aren't normally

'Small' food firms really owned by global giants: Teapigs and Rachel's yoghurt among artisan brands that are actually owned by corporations. Packaging News, Packaging Design, Dorset Cereals, Flower Tea, Small Meals, Foods To Avoid, Great British, Artisan, Newspaper

'Small' food firms really owned by global giants: T

Teapigs, Rachel’s organic yoghurt and Dorset Cereals are examples of seemingly ‘homespun’ brands, which are actually owned by large companies like TATA, Nestle and Associated British Foods.

London's main branding museum has moved location to Notting Hill and expanded, offering renovated exhibition spaces and areas for creative learning sessions. Packaging News, Brand Packaging, London Museums, Notting Hill, Exhibition Space, Of Brand, Photo Wall, Advertising, Branding

Museum of Branding, Packaging and Advertising set to relaunch | Design Week

London's main branding museum has moved location to Notting Hill and expanded, offering renovated exhibition spaces and areas for creative learning sessions.

Americans will find it more difficult to discover where their meat has come from after Congress announced it would be scrapping labelling laws PD Boer Goats, Packaging News, Health Department, Law, The Originals, Rest, School, Food, Meal

Consumers won't know meat origin after US ends labeling law

After more than a decade of wrangling, Congress decided to axe the law which required retailers to include the animal's country of origin on packages of red meat sold in the United States.

FDA bans cancer-linked chemicals from food packaging in the US PD Packaging News, Us Foods, This Is Us, Cancer, Box, Boxes

FDA bans cancer-linked chemicals from food packaging in the US

The US Food and Drug Administration is banning three grease-resistant chemical substances from food packaging.

NEW YORK (AP) — Just Mayo says it will get to keep its name, a decision that caps a rollercoaster year for the vegan spread that has rattled the egg industry. After months of discussions, Just Mayo. Vegan Mayo, Spiced Nuts, Holiday Appetizers, Egg Free, Holiday Traditions, Cholesterol, The Hamptons, Spices, Nutrition

F.D.A. Allows Maker of Just Mayo to Keep Product’s Name. This time the little guy won the packaging copyright infringement lawsuit PD

Read Misleading Nurofen packaging sparks Australian product recall latest on ITV News. All the news Migraine Tension, Migraine Pain, Packaging News, Health Ministry, Medical News, Drugs, Health Care, Medicine, Social Media

Misleading Nurofen packaging sparks product recall | ITV News

Nurofen's UK owner to stop selling several versions of its popular painkillers after a judge found packaging to be misleading.

Share a Coke packaging returns for the holidays. Coca-Cola to release holiday-themed bottles, cans. Coca Cola Brands, Packaging News, Share A Coke, Under The Mistletoe, Pet Bottle, Glass Bottles, Names, Holidays, Vacations

Share a Coke packaging returns for the holidays

This season, Atlanta-based The Coca-Cola Co.’s flagship brand is making spirits brighter with the introduction of new holiday-themed Share a Coke packaging. For a limited time, the company’s Coca-Cola brand will swap out its logo on glass bottles, multi-packs, 12-ounce cans, 20-ounce bottles, 1.25-liter and 2-liter PET bottles for seasonal names such as “Santa,” “Someone Nice,” “Someone Naughty,” “Under the Mistletoe,” “Elves” and “Secret Santa.” Aluminum bottles of Coca-Cola will feature…

'Blue for boys and pink for girls' - Why is gender stereotyping still king when it comes to packaging design? Packaging News, Packaging Design, Gender Stereotypes, Media Literacy, Current Events, Be Still, Pink Girl, Things To Come, Blue

'Blue for boys and pink for girls' - Why is gender stereotyping still king when it comes to packaging design?

Right here, right now, women are in the majority when it comes to gaming; it’s perfectly acceptable for men to wear make-up; and marketers don’t rely solely on the traditional ABC demographics anymore – they’re taking into account individual preference and browser history. Yet when it comes to packaging - the last and most powerful call to action in our decision to buy - this disruption of gender norms is still largely ignored. Here, consumer stereotyping is alive and well.

Packaging in China for Western brands. Here are some examples of big brands who chose Chinese names that have resonated with the public. Some are phonetically similar to their English names, while others are completely changed: PD Chinese Name, Chinese New Year, Packaging News, Nutella, Public, Names, Branding, English, China

The downfalls of upcoming food delivery apps

Western food brands are booming in China and their China packaging strategy is key for successful brand activation - The Silk Initiative

Birth control app launches in Illinois, offers birth control without a prescription or insurance Packaging News, Doctor Office, Family Planning, In Law Suite, Domestic Violence, Pills, Illinois, Birth, Pregnancy

Birth control packaging error leads to lawsuit - CNN

More than 100 women who thought they were protected from pregnancy by birth control pills have filed a lawsuit against a manufacturer.

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