Baked Goods Packaging
PACKAGING BAKED GOODS - TIPS + TRENDS
The forecast and projected growth for baked goods, like cookies and cakes, and the packaging thereof is growing rapidly, with the highest growth in North America around the world. The biggest reason being the increasingly attractiveness of healthier option snack foods including organic and all natural baked products.
In addition, like other food and snacks options available today, Americans lives are hectic and moving at the speed of light. On the go, ready to eat snacks, including cookies, cereals, and other baked goods are a quick viable option for the entire family while on the move.
There are numerous types of foods and ready to eat snacks that fall under the category of baked goods. Here is a list baked goods doing well in U.S. markets today.
- Frozen Desserts and Baked Goods
Having a tasty baked good ready to test in the market is a good start. To complete the selling process with ultimate success, it’s just as important to choose the right packaging strategy to complement your product and one that keeps it contents fresh. Picking a durable packaging solution that helps your product standout is also a good idea so it can compete with other competitors vying for the same store shelf space.
BAKED GOOD PACKAGING AT BEYOND PRINT
Beyond Print, Inc. has over 50 years of combined experience helping customers design, create and package treats in the food and snack industry, including baked goods.
If you are seeking a baked food snack package that’s custom and offers sustainability, convenience, functionality, and freshness, Beyond Print’s team of graphic artists and brand specialists will help guide you through the ins and outs of successfully creating the right strory, design and messaging for your product.
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Our specialists have the knowledge and ability to help your business grow and avoid costly mistakes. We take time to get to know your product and objectives by asking the right questions upfront, saving you time and money versus going at this endeavor alone.
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