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Using the right material is the first step to product packaging design success. Food package containers come in a variety of materials such as card boards, corrugated boxes, box board, paperboard cartons, plastics, paper bags, and Styrofoams are most common. And, each of these materials have strengths and weaknesses. For example: Styrofoam is great at insulating hot and cold foods so that they maintain their temperature. But, it’s non-biodegradable and bad for our environment. Plastic is sturdy and prevents leakage when designed properly. However, many plastics are non-biodegradable. And, some plastics can leach toxic materials into your food. Cardboard is biodegradable and easy to print on. But, wet foods can turn it to mush. And, it’s not very good at insulating to maintain temperature. There is also a growing variety of biodegradable and sustainable food packaging containers to choose from—more about those later. So, what are your business’s food delivery needs? Think about the distance your food needs to travel, how long it will remain in its packaging, temperature requirements, as well as what type of foods you will need to transport.
Whether your hot soup arrives cold, your cold sushi arrives warm, or the packaging is just an unattractive mess, the wrong packaging makes a meal less appetizing. Food packaging serves a number of important purposes. It protects food from outside contamination. It ensures that the meal arrives at the right temperature. And, it serves as a tactile brand ambassador your customers can see and touch. Packaging for food items has the ability to create fantastic associations between your audience and your business. Your food packaging contains delicious food! So, that’s half the battle right there. Packaging is important in selling any product, and especially food products. As we pointed out that attractive packaging design motivates people to make impulsive choices, bypasses reflective thought and leaves the purchaser with a feeling of having been rewarded. That’s a powerful impact. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to deliver a quality customer experience and help to strengthen your brand’s positive bond with its audience.
Most food packaging is disposable. Consumers are growing increasingly aware of the growing impact on our shared global environment. Restaurateurs and meal delivery kit services need to be mindful of this as well—lest your environmentally unfriendly ways alienate customers. And, prioritizing recyclable, reusable and biodegradable packaging materials is a great step toward running an ethical, environmentally-conscious business.
Once you’ve determined what types of packaging materials are the best fit for your needs, and hopefully prioritized environmentally-friendly disposable and re-usable containers, you can start to think in earnest about packaging branding. Your packaging will interact with hundreds of people. It’s a huge missed opportunity if that packaging is not branded and properly designed. London-based food photographer Stephen Conroy explains: The packaging is the physical representation of a brand’s personality and one of their key identity tools. It helps to draw the consumer’s attention to a specific product in a crowded retail space, and differentiate a product from its competitors. Your packaging presents the opportunity to create a bond between your brand and every customer who purchases from you. People like ease-of-use. Food delivery provides both. And, in addition to contributing to the happy feeling that accompanies the arrival of a food delivery, over time and repeated interactions, seeing a package can elicit a Pavlovian hunger response. That response can impact the customer who bought the food… as well as anyone else who sees the food in transit.
Packaging can do more than tell people how much you care your ordered food. Packaging can also be used to communicate a message to your audience. You just need to decide what that message is. Remember that your packaging should be an extension of your brand. So, the message you share should be on track with your brand identity and promise. Then let that message guide you toward creating a design. And, don’t be afraid to seek out professional packaging design help for this important task. Part of the fun of a meal kit is the anticipation of the meals the customer is about to enjoy. Heighten that experience with a well-organized delivery package.
The food you serve should always be the star. But your food packaging should never be an afterthought. Make packaging choices that will serve their function well. Select packaging containers that will ensure that your food arrives looking and tasting as amazing as it should. And, make design choices that will enhance your customer’s meal and be a visual ambassador for your brand.