Onefoot is a company that sells various types of snails, and they recently collaborated with Aeraki Design to come up with a packaging concept that helped sell the brand.
Aeraki Design went with a sustainable package that helped show the fact that the products were natural and came from the earth. The materials used are all recyclable, and the team used a wrap-around section to cover the bag of snails. This left space on either side for people to see the product inside the package, which always helps to entice people into learning more about the contents. The snails also come in a mesh bag, which is reminiscent of a fishing net. Even though these items don't come from the sea, it still exudes a fresh aesthetic.
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