Many products experienced a temporary increase in demand from consumers during the COVID-19 pandemic, such as cloth face masks and single-use disposable food and beverage containers. While quite a few of these products will end up dropping back to their previous levels of demand, some appear to be here to stay. Click here to read the whole article.
Back when the coronavirus pandemic first began, it was nearly impossible to find hand sanitizer anywhere. However, even with the extreme spike in demand for hand sanitizer products, it didn’t take long for sanitizer bottles to reappear in stores across the country. Click here to read the full story.
It doesn’t matter if you are marketing bottles of brandy to an aging clientele or bottles of top-shelf craft tequila for young professionals: if your bottle design doesn’t catch consumers’ eyes, they’ll leave your products on the shelf. Click here to learn how to turn liquor bottles into savvy marketing tools.
We recently spoke to Bottlestore customer, Fermenting Fairy, a California-based business that makes unique probiotic food and beverages through wild fermentation. Click here to read the full interview.
When it comes to the creation of innovative bottle designs, no industry does it better than liquor and spirits manufacturers. Every year, it seems like these trailblazers come up with some crazy new styles of outlandish bottles, and 2021 is shaping up to be no different! Click here to read more.
Often, the BottleStore team is presented with many questions related to packaging, and some come across our inbox more than others. One of those common questions that pop up often is, “How can I measure how many ounces can my container hold?” Click here to learn more.
We recently spoke to Bottlestore customer, Soy Candle Guy, a New Jersey based business that specializes in making scented candles using soy wax. Click here to read the full interview.
The liquor and spirits industry has long been at the forefront of product packaging innovations in the food and beverage market. As the world economy emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a renewed push for sustainable packaging — both in the alcohol market specifically and in the broader food and beverage industry. Click here to read more.
The worldwide spread of the coronavirus led many brands to temporarily set aside their sustainability goals in favor of the single-use, disposable packages that helped slow the spread of the disease. Click here to see how brands are making the push for more sustainable food and beverage packaging.
One of the most important steps in the business development process for any cannabis company is finding the right packages for your products. Cannabis packaging is how most brands in this space make their first impressions on customers, and there are several different priorities to balance in this area. Click here to read more.