PrintWeek Awards 2023: ITC Packaging and Printing Business wins Packaging Converter of the Year (F&B) (Joint Winner)

ITC impressed the judges with how its products put a modern twist to traditional food packaging.

30 Oct 2023 | By PrintWeek Team

ITC Packaging and Printing Business wins Packaging Converter of the Year (F&B)

The MOD sustainable and germ-free pack for Himesh Foods is an elegant, eco-friendly, and microbial resistant package. PET laminated substrates are eliminated by applying bio-compostable food-grade coating on the reverse side of the virgin board. The bio seal is a patented formula ITC Life Science and Technology Centre developed. Similarly, the ITC R&D team has also developed a germ-free coating.  

ITC re-engineered the fries ventilation carton for Burger King to address the sagging of the fries during transit. Numerous revamped options were developed to eliminate condensation. The virgin board carton is printed in offset to enhance the aesthetic graphic design. The run length was one-lakh cartons.

The Tata Tea Health Care Pack for Tata Consumer Products is an example of a natural package, with eye-catching design and value additions. The package has drip-off and spot gloss effects with a mixture of mild buff and shades at strategic places throughout the design. The gable top profile of the carton not only makes it structurally charming, but also helps with easy consumer accessibility and reusability. The run length was two-lakh cartons. 

The Treat ice cream tub and lid for Innodis is an eco-friendly product that replaces rigid plastic with paper-based packaging. The leak-proof paper-based tub is reproduced from a polyethylene-coated virgin folding box board. UV gloss varnish coating gives it a shiny effect, making it both functional and appealing.


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