Ni Maiz Paloma's Mexican Food Packaging Celebrates Traditional Eats

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Jul 18, 2014 • References: packagingoftheworld
The Mexican food packaging for Ni MaĆ­z Paloma was designed as a playful way to introduce a variety of beloved Mexican foods to Barcelona. The packaging sources inspiration from an Aztec God, serving as a subtle representation of just how much the brand worships corn.

In addition to a variety of containers specifically designed for different kinds of corn-based eats, the largest packaging option is a carry-all that has a distinct taco-like shape that can be filled with a number of smaller containers. All of these takeout packages are made so that eating can happen on the go, without any mess.

The playful food packaging was developed in a joint effort between graphic designer Janire Zamora and industrial designers Alejandra de la Garza and Cristina Maldonado. Stats for Taco-Shaped Takeout Bags Trending: Older & Average
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