July 16, 2018 Comments(0)

PB&J without the bread: An on the go snack packaging innovation.

Published by John B. Reinhardt: Ever wonder how you could eat a PB&J without bread…while riding a bicycle? With Split Nutritions proprietary “fold, knead, rip, and enjoy” packaging design, you can do just tha

May 14, 2018 Comments(0)

HD Flexible Packaging Printing: A Side By Side Comparison

Posted by: John B. Reinhardt Flexo Printing with Gravure Quality. HD flexo plate technology really works! Take a look at these side-by-side comparisons of standard flexo plates vs. HD flexo plates. The results of HD flexo printi

March 27, 2018 Comments(0)

Spot Coatings on Cold Seal Wrappers

Posted by: John B. Reinhardt Spot Coatings on Cold Seal Wrappers An eye-catching package design has a heavy influence on a consumers buying decision. The more you can differentiate your product from your competitors, the better ch

January 4, 2018 Comments(0)

Digital / Flexo Hybrid Labels. The best of both worlds.

Posted by: John B. Reinhardt (Note: This is the first part in a two part series on digital / flexo hybrid label printing) Digital printing technology in the label industry is growing everyday. With the ability to print short, resp

November 29, 2017 Comments(0)

What is stick pack packaging? How to package your single serve product.

Posted by: John B. Reinhardt So what is stick pack packaging? If you have a single-serve product and need some flexible packaging options, where do you turn? How are you going to start looking for printers to manufacture your pack

November 9, 2017 Comments(0)

How Do HD Printing Plates Work?

Posted by: John B. Reinhardt (NOTE: In this post, we’ll do a quick rundown on the very basics of the technology. Subsequent posts will dive a little further into specific details. Stay tuned for more details!) Flexo Printing

June 7, 2017 Comments(0)

Latest FDA Changes to Nutritional Facts

Posted by: John B. Reinhardt For better or worse, the latest FDA changes to the nutritional facts panel is official. Health advocates have praised better visibility of what Americans are consuming, while food manufacturers/lobbyis

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