Between hot topics like sustainable packaging, innovative snack packaging, single-use plastics, and clean labeling, food and beverage packaging continues to get greener and more efficient. As consumers continue to push for eco-friendly options, manufacturers will need better methods to deliver compelling packaging at a healthy profit.
Align with the best in the industry when you meet suppliers and professionals on the frontlines of innovation as it relates to speed-to-market designs, sustainability, consumer transparency, production flexibility, and more.
Infographic: 5 Trends Fueling the Snack Packaging Segment
Snacks are commanding attention across the globe and it's crunch time for packaging professionals looking to stand out from the pack. From concepting new nosh to finding a contract manufacturer you trust with your treats, EastPack is bringing this nearly $100 million market to the forefront at the show this year.
Explore our handy infographic highlighting five trends that are changing the snack food segment forever.
Why Food & Beverage Packaging:
- The global healthy snacks market size is expected to reach USD 32.88 billion by 2025.
- In 2015 the global savory snack food market was worth $94.3 billion and is expected to grow to $220 billion by 2025.
- 67% of consumers agree retailers should choose what products they put on their shelves based on how environmentally friendly the packaging is.
Sessions on Food & Beverage Packaging:
How Packaging Can Position Your Product as a Healthy Snack
Get tips on how to position your packaging amidst a new desire for nutritious nosh. We'll look at strategies ranging from material choice to graphics that sell consumers on the health benefits of your snack.
Panel: Trends in Snack Food Packaging
To make your product stand out, the packaging has to pop. Learn more on who's buying snacks, what's driving their behavior, and how to appeal to them with eye-catching packaging designs.
Innovative eCommerce Packaging Affords a Taste of Home 1,000s of Miles Away
Snacks and bakery items without borders? It's both becoming a reality and posing challenges for packaging professionals everywhere. See how packagers are rising to the task of a global snack attack.