Following to the design of the frankfurters (see below), Stepfive also created the packaging design and the shelf ready packaging for Aldi’s free range smoked sausages. Packaging and carton tray of these sausages have the same ecological look & feel as the frankfurters to make it into a coherent range of products.
Stepfive created a new packaging design for the free range frankfurters (scharrel knakworst in Dutch) for Aldi. The new labels for these frankfurter cans and the carton tray are made with an identical and ecological look & feel to create a uniform and striking image for this shelf ready packaging (SRP) a.k.a. retail ready packaging (RRP).
”The primary role of packaging is protection, whether that be primary packaging to reduce oxidation, moisture change or insect/microbial access or transportation packaging to reduce crushing or other damage in distribution. It is more than coincidental that packaging usage per person is higher in the developed world and food availability is much greater. The benefits of (diverse) packaging are obvious to us but less so in many developing countries. Both use and quality of packaging is important to reduce food loss and impact sales.”
Read more on packaging design and food loss at Packaging Digest.