Because of its sticky tendencies, honey can be a very tricky product to wrap up. Miel2 packaging comprises one conventional method for storing the sweet spread but another as well that's seldom seen though certain to be effective.
Short mason jars contain the golden treat behind transparent glass with black metal lids. The consumer can appreciate the beautiful tone of the bee-made delicacies in the three different flavorful varieties of chestnut, rosemary and acacia. Each is labeled with a bold colorful square and simply branded as either M1, M2 or M3. The delectable minimalism gives the timeless organic edible a fresh look.
But Nora Renaud then placed these vessels into black cloth pouches. Miel2 packaging begins to take on a unique appearance with its contemporary cloak, optimized later for the practicality of keeping your fingers from becoming tacky.
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