Just introduced at the Fancy Food Show, peeled snacks has not only offers beautiful packaging for their line of delicious fruit and nut mixes, it is innovative as well! They package the fruits and nuts seperately ensuring that the nuts stay crunchy and the fruit stays moist. Smart idea! Continue for more photos...
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One more from Fancy Food. I like that Clearbrook Farms' labels aren't too precious. They have nice, bold colors and the handlettering isn't cloyingly sweet or very obviously a typeface (although it is). They've found a nice blend between boutique and mass-market.
Clearbrook's labels were designed by Lipson, Alport, Glass in Cincinnati.
A closeup after the jump.
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You can't have a Fancy Food Show without some fancy boutique chocolates. This packaging falls right into my sweetspot: luxe, contemporary, incredibly elegant, and well put together. If you could see the extremely blurry image that I'm not posting, you'd see a beautifully embossed logo with clear foil on the blue box once you slide the sleeve off. Note to other chocolate makers out there: the crinkly cellophane bag thing with cheap gold sticker is not very high-end. Poco Dolci have it down perfectly.
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Harney & Sons Tea was my personal favorite of all the tea packaging at the show, and believe me, there were tons! Amazing work, continue for more photos...
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Spotted these guys at Fancy Food '07. They bill the Moravians as the thinnest cookies around, and they probably aren't kidding. Very thin, but full of flavor. I love vintage-style typography, especially when it manages to give a product both an old-world and contemporary feeling at the same time. They look like they were baked by someone's mother, yet you could serve them at the finest restaurant and they wouldn't be out of place.
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