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The Bee Sweet Honey Bottle Matches the Body of the Insects that Made It

 - Aug 1, 2016
References: behance.net & packagingoftheworld
Packaging designers love to experiment with better ways to contain honey, and this example of a honey dispenser solves several of the common problems. The traditional glass jar and honey dipper creates a mess, but so do many of the squeeze bottles that you see in supermarkets today.

What Nova Brand has done is create a dispenser with a longer nozzle than usual, and one that is actually modeled on the stinger of a bee. Less of the sticky spread gets on and around the rest of the container, yet the user is afforded a good grip with the black stripes that encircle it. The Bee Sweet Honey dispenser facilitates the easy application of honey onto a wide variety of foods, and even allows the consumer to snack on some straight out of the nozzle.