15/03/2017Only a quarter of bakery products are still consumed at home. This means demand for practical packaging for food on the go is high.
21/02/2017With gaudy colours, big letters and funny characters packaging for muesli and the like can become a fun factor especially for kids while promoting health-conscious nutrition among this young target group at the same time.
20/10/2016The rising demand for new packaging formats and the resulting increase in product diversity have led to a wide spectrum of innovative packaging solutions. The Square Can – a newcomer on the market – is a multipurpose can with a hinged lid. It is ideally suited for crisps and numerous other products, while also offering clear benefits in terms of storage and transport.
16/09/2016The so-called “millennials” are said to be the reason why pastry producers and packaging specialists have to reorient themselves. After all, demand for cookies, sandwiches and savoury snacks “on-the-go” in re-closable bags or boxes is constantly on the rise.
25/05/2016Once again Bahlsen can rejoice at an anniversary. We already covered the 80th anniversary of salt sticks last year. About twelve months later it is the turn of Leibniz cookies. In honour of these “toothed” sweet biscuits there will be a special edition launched and, needless to say, the commonly known traditional packaging.
20/11/2015Germany’s supermarkets are full of gingerbread, ginger biscuits and other goodies these days. This can be extremely tempting, of course. Yet it’s by no means the pre-Christmas period yet. While offering “autumn confectionery”, the German packaging industry is consciously avoiding Christmas themes such as angels and Christmas trees until 29 November – the first Sunday in Advent.
12/10/2015Nothing is fresher than the baking industry 6,000 years after having been invented. No company knows this better than Lieken.
28/09/2015Salt sticks are turning 80! Reason enough for the Saltletts manufacturer to offer this snack in a celebratory pack. Efficient production is ensured by special machinery.
28/08/2015Year after year, Germans top the list of annual per-capita consumption of baked goods in the EU: On average, about 85 kg of bakery products are consumed in Germany, including almost 817,000 packages of sliced bread and well over 300,000 units of frozen bakery products. This in turn means that producers have to ensure that both the foodstuff itself and the packaging are of premium quality.
12/05/2015All over Germany consumers are buying more frozen food: last year average per-capita consumption increased by over half a kilogramme against 2013. Accounting for over 80% of total turnover, pastry ranks first in the list of frozen food favourites.