Unveiling new packaging innovations is the backbone of HBA Global Expo, so it’s appropriate that awarding the International Package Design Award to the best looking product has become a highly anticipated event. Below are the 24 finalists...
Unveiling new packaging innovations is the backbone of HBA Global Expo, so it’s appropriate that awarding the International Package Design Award to the best looking product has become a highly anticipated event. Below are the 24 finalists competing for the coveted top prize, which honors the product whose packaging best contributed to its overall success in the marketplace. The top winner, along with seven category finalists, will be announced Oct. 14 at the Expo’s opening dinner. Products considered for the award needed to be introduced between Nov. 1, 2000 and June 30, 2002. Products launched before Nov. 1, 2000 were considered only if they entered the U.S. after that date. Judges for the award included design and packaging heads from leading marketing companies.
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