In order to lengthen the shelf life of a syrup product and make it available for portable, single-use purposes, designer Snežana Jeremić created a new syrup package concept.
'Moj Sirup' takes inspiration from the shape of a spoon to divide up small portions of a product into convenient individual sizes. As a whole, this packaging system snaps together in order to create a design that is easily stored as a unit. To use, one of the spoons can be snapped apart from the group and taken into the mouth in a scooping motion.
While the concept was developed with the idea of allotting a certain dosage of cough syrup, the same idea could be applied beyond the medical industry to a range of thick condiments or syrups that are consumed in small amounts with meals.
This Syrup Package Concept Imagines Portable, Single-Use Containers
1. Single-use Syrup Packaging - Opportunity for developing packaging concepts that enable long shelf life and portability of syrup products in single-use containers.
2. Miniature Spoon-shaped Packaging - Opportunity for developing innovative packaging designs that emulate spoon shapes for portion control and convenience.
3. Multi-purpose Snap-together Packaging - Opportunity for developing packaging systems that snap together to create a cohesive, convenient unit for storage and use.
1. Pharmaceuticals - Opportunity for designing single-use packaging that distributes specific doses of medication in a convenient, portable form.
2. Food and Beverage - Opportunity for developing innovative packaging solutions for small condiments such as ketchup, mustard, or honey, that require individual servings and long shelf life.
3. Travel and Tourism - Opportunity for designing portable and easy-to-carry single-use packaging containers for tourists and travelers who seek small and portable servings of food and condiments.