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Latest Trends on Glass Bottles and Jars

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The trend of reusing old bottles and jars for new packaging is growing in popularity and creating a resurgence in the global economy. Verallia Polska and Saga Decor have taken this trend to the next level, reimagining the traditional bottle and jar. Their Selective Line Stylebook 2022 has translated international socio-cultural trends into new glass bottle shapes and decorative techniques. This publication is intended to inspire the next generation of glass bottles and jar packaging while addressing today’s increasingly demanding consumer. Latest Trends on Glass Bottles and Jars

Infinite concept

Unitec Institute of Technology has designed Infinite concept glass jars and high-quality custom shipping boxes. This design concept aims to combine producer innovation with consumer demands. It incorporates critical messages about the benefits of glass, including its infinite recyclability. The jars’ premium looks are reminiscent of traditional herbalist and apothecary jars. In addition to their unique look, these jars are also durable and stackable.

Vintage-inspired packaging

For the last two decades, the trend to re-create vintage design has increased in popularity. Consumers are drawn to vintage packaging, which communicates authenticity and makes them nostalgic for a bygone era. The trend has become increasingly popular in the food and drink industry, where products are repackaged using thoughtful, vintage designs. One such example is the Van Leeuwen ice cream packaging, which looks like it could have been fashioned decades ago. A similar style is used on Jack Daniel’s whiskey packaging and even Parle-G biscuits.

Another example of a product repackaged in this way is H.E.B. Grocery Company, based in San Antonio, Texas. To celebrate its centennial, the company commissioned Berlin Packaging to design a unique glass jar that features a Lone Star embossed design. The design was conceived a year before the product was launched, and the packaging has remained a consistent favorite for years.

COVID-19 crisis

The COVID-19 crisis has devastating consequences on social structures, healthcare systems, and food and medical supplies supply. The epidemic has disrupted supply chains and distribution systems and has led to a general economic downturn. As a result, governments have begun implementing strategies to contain the virus. One such strategy is the use of glass jars for vaccine delivery. But how can these jars prevent further damage?

The COVID-19 virus has been causing severe problems for glass jar manufacturers, and the demand for these containers has surged. During the outbreak, six domestic producers have limited the number of times they can run a glass mold. But their capacity was already full, and customers were not being met. In addition, one big domestic plant took production offline while rebuilding a furnace. As a result, suppliers had a difficult time adjusting production runs.

Increasing demand for generic medicines and perfumes

The market for cosmetics and perfumes in glass jars is expected to grow at a significant CAGR in the coming years. Rising disposable income and an increased focus on beauty and wellness contribute to the industry’s growth. Additionally, consumers in emerging economies have higher disposable income than ever before, which will continue to drive demand for glass bottle packaging for these products. This report will provide qualitative and quantitative insights on the market and competitive landscape and key market dynamics. In particular, this report will include an analysis of the regulatory environment in key countries.

According to the market research firm Transparency Market Research, the global perfume glass bottle market will grow at approximately 4.2% in the next few years. The region with the highest growth potential is North America, which generated nearly $530 million in sales in 2019. Rising disposable incomes and a young working population in this region contribute to the demand for premium perfume in glass bottles.

Growing demand for baked goods in glass jars

Baked goods in glass jars have increased in popularity over the last few years, thanks to an increase in celebration of special occasions. These occasions include weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and Christmas. However, the growing demand for baked goods glass jars is not limited to these occasions. Many other events are now celebrated with glass jars as well, including mother’s day and children’s day.

However, baked goods preserved in glass jars are not generally safe to consume. Because the cakes and loaves of bread are not properly cooked, their pH level may exceed 4.6, a risk factor for foodborne illness. Additionally, the process of baking in jars may cause the growth of pathogenic organisms, including Clostridium botulinum. Botulism is a serious foodborne illness and is caused by eating food that has undergone improper canning or heating.

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