Food & Drink (183)
German designer Jania Maidl has devised some very innovative tea packaging. The label of the teabag has an absorbent strip that shows the growing intensity of the tea as it brews.
Why it matters
People increasingly expect added benefits and enhanced experiences with the brands they choose to buy. If everyday products like tea are already finding simple ways to fulfill this, will we soon see high-end food products taking this to another level?
Seattle’s Best has launched a new numbered categorization system to help befuddled consumers pick their coffee. The Starbuck’s-owned brand now numbers their coffee packages from 1 to 5. Gone are the days of fancy names. If you’re looking for something intense, grab a 4 or 5. If something mild is a little more to your taste, choose a 1 or 2.
Austrian drinks manufacturer Almdudler has been producing the lemonade of the same name for over 50 years. The brand has recently launched a special retro edition can featuring the original 1957 design.