From Burrito Bouquets to Ergonomic Pastry Packaging

 - May 5, 2013
Hispanic food packaging varies in style according to region. While Latin America loves burst of colors, Spanish foods are less vibrantly packaged. For example, Spanish design house CuldeSack was given the task of packaging the world's most expensive extra-virgin olive oil. Unlike what you'd expect from a luxury item, CuldeSack chose a very subtle, unpretentious look. The resulting effect was perceived as modernly hip. This type of rustic minimalism fusion is said to have boomed after the recession.

Another Spanish company called Laser Food came up with a clever alternative to fruit and veggie stickers. Instead, the company laser engraved everything, which coincidentally saw great success after the UK's ban on coating fruit in certain chemicals.

Several other Spanish design studios have proven to focus more on future-forward innovations, keeping ergonomics in mind.