Conceived by students at the MIT Institute of Design in Pune, India, this Seeds Indeed! packaging concept is created with convenience in mind. Featuring a compact size, and portion-controlling dispenser format, each mini container is perfect for sprinkling seeds atop breakfast, lunch or dinner dishes.
Opting for food grade plastic material and digitally printed labels in varying shades, designers Kalyani Rajguru and Chinmayee Bagade create seed snack containers that are visually bold and practical. Additionally, they ensure that different labels are meant to represent different flavors.
The growing popularity of seeds as a salad, cereal, or yogurt topping makes these portable containers ideal for consumers looking for a healthy snack option whole on the go -- its small size is convenient for use at school, at work, or while in transit.
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The Seeds Indeed! Packaging is Designed with Convenience in Mind
- By: Jana PijakOct 26, 2017