By Rosemarie Szostak, Ph.D.
Originally Published: February 6, 2018
The total global wine market in 2016 was valued at $287 billion USD and is expected to nearly double by 2022 with a 5.8% CAGR. Wine packaging has historically focused on heavy glass bottles and natural cork stoppers. A box or carton or even an aluminum can does not represent a subtle change in protective packaging but a potential disruptive shift in wine packaging technology.
This article explores how an in-depth study of alternative consumer packaging across any market space can arm companies with the intelligence to position for market developments in a way that protects and accelerates their business. Read more here!
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