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Trendy Packaging Types for Emerging Retail Stores

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The way customers perceive your store can be changed with just a few quick changes to the packaging. Today’s technology allows for many different types of Trendy Packaging to be used, so it is worth considering what type of packaging will best suit your brand. Read on for an overview of some trendy types of packaging you might want to consider when creating new products or refreshing old ones!

Tuck Top Packaging:

Tuck top packaging is one of the most common types on this list. It is used by many candy companies and often for snack foods. The printed burger boxes are a key example of this kind of packaging. This type of canister or box can be seen in nearly any store that carries these kinds of products. Most people like this style because it is easy to open, and some even prefer this type because they can more easily stack flat tins when empty allowing for more efficient storage.

Stacking Tins:

This trend has been popular for a few years now and shows no sign of stopping. Stacking tins are containers with multiple compartments that allow customers to purchase several different types of products at one time. Although it may seem counterintuitive to have an item that reduces shelf space, these items increase sales and entice customers to come back and try new items. The most commonly found stacking tins at pharmacies and grocery stores usually contain anti-acne or body care products. Still, recently we have been seeing more beauty supply stores use them for hair care products. These are available in many different colors, with black being by far the most popular.

The one drawback to these products is that because they are compartments, there can sometimes be a slightly stronger odor emanating from one specific tin area. However, this is only an issue when macerating creams are placed in the same container as cream-based products.

Clamshell Packaging:

Another trend in packaging has been the introduction of clamshell containers which feature a clear front and a colored base. These clamshell containers are great for customers who want to see what they’re getting. If properly sealed, these containers can also be somewhat resealable, which customers look for in products like hair serums and light hold gels.

Pump Tins:

One final trend we have seen lately has been the advent of pump tins; this is an excellent option for those whose product lines include items such as facial care creams and lotions. Some companies create different designs on their pump tins (e.g., polka dots, etc.) to match certain styles or themes.

Bottles:

As we’ve discussed many times before, bottles, especially glass bottles, are a very common packaging type. However, as we have discussed before that glass isn’t always the best option for certain types of products. In some cases, companies might replace their traditionally used bottles with aluminum bottles or pouches that allow consumers to squeeze products from them.

Bottles with Caps:

Another common practice among beauty product manufacturers is to use bottles with caps instead of pumping tins and jars. This is usually because their products have a thinner consistency, making it easier to dispense using a bottle and a cap. One example would be hair sprays.

Tapered Bottles:

The final trend we have seen recently has been tapered bottles. These are just like any other bottle, but they are slightly thicker towards the bottom. This design is popular in jars with facial cream. It helps people hold onto the jar without feeling uncomfortable.

Pouches:

Next, we have pouches and aluminum bottles which you can use for similar products. That is because they can both dispense a product by squeezing them. The first pouch of laundry detergent was in 2012.

That year Clorox released their new packaging with a spout, and it has been selling well ever since. Since then, we have seen many food companies using the same design and beauty product manufacturers who sell their products in containers made of plastic.

Aluminum Bottles:

Last but not least, we have aluminum bottles, which tend to be pretty versatile. They can hold everything from soft drinks and alcoholic beverages to food-related items such as pasta sauce, fruit juice, and olive oil. They are also recyclable and easy to carry around without the risk of them breaking.

A few years ago, Pepsi unveiled its eco-friendly Alumni bottle with a double wall structure to reduce the use of plastics while still maintaining a lightweight design. A wide range of companies uses these boxes for products ranging from water and beer to juices and sauces.

Tuck End/Reverse Tuck End Packaging:

It’s the latest addition to the trend of eco-friendly packaging, which promises sustainability with its reversible tuck end design. When you make a box, pull the top flap over and fold it. Then put it in the bottom end of the box without tearing any of the paper. Stack boxes on top of one another to save space. This will help the boxes not fall off.

Cardboard/Corrugated Cartons:

Cardboard boxes or corrugated cartons have been around for a long time simply because they are affordable and easy to store. They’re very versatile, ideal for bulky items such as books, toys, and other media products. You will see that many retail packaging boxes are made with these materials. These types of packaging can be different shapes so they don’t take up too much space when stacked together. When you get two of these, you can put them next to each other. They have to be touching.

An alternative way of folding a cardboard box is diagonal packing. This process uses less space than regular flat stacking, and it’s known for looking quite elegant when done properly.

Conclusion:

While concluding these articles, each type of packaging has its advantages and disadvantages. The three types described here are only the tip of the iceberg for commercially available packaging products. There are, in fact, so many other alternatives that finding the perfect one for you might be difficult at first. However, once you’re familiar with all your options, finding what suits your needs should become much easier to accomplish.

This article does not provide any legal advice or regulatory guidance on product labeling or shipping methods. Please consult with a legal professional before using any specific practices that may not be covered within this article. This is simply intended as an experimental informational guide for new businesses, which we hope will help you get started to allow you to understand where and how to purchase packaging.

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