WikiPearl – Edible Packaging

WikiPearl™ by WikiFoods. “Our goal is to produce edible food & beverage packaging solutions, which make other packaging materials, like plastic or paper, unnecessary. WikiPearl™ comes from an idea of bio-creator and Harvard professor David Edwards. Following an enlightening conversation about “tensegrity” with Ken Snelson, a New York sculptor, Dr. Edwards wondered whether it would be possible to…

WikiPearl™ by WikiFoods. “Our goal is to produce edible food & beverage packaging solutions, which make other packaging materials, like plastic or paper, unnecessary. WikiPearl™ comes from an idea of bio-creator and Harvard professor David Edwards. Following an enlightening conversation about “tensegrity” with Ken Snelson, a New York sculptor, Dr. Edwards wondered whether it would be possible to design food and beverage packaging like nature designs fruits and vegetables. The first commercial WikiFoods products, was WikiPearl Ice cream and frozen yogurt, and was launched in France and the USA in 2013. New Wikipearls products are being created every day. From ice cream, cheese, and frozen yogurt to fruits, vegetables, water, cocktails and soups.

Glenilen Farm

   Glenilen Farm, designed by the Brand Union “A recent success story of the food sector, Glenilen is at the forefront of Ireland’s food exports and since the rebrand has managed to get their products into various prestigious British outlets, ranging from Selfridges and Harvey Nichols in London to Tesco, Waitrose and Wholefoods. Public response…

 

 Glenilen Farm, designed by the Brand Union “A recent success story of the food sector, Glenilen is at the forefront of Ireland’s food exports and since the rebrand has managed to get their products into various prestigious British outlets, ranging from Selfridges and Harvey Nichols in London to Tesco, Waitrose and Wholefoods. Public response to the rebrand has also been extremely strong, with customers referencing the new packaging in many comments left on Glenilen’s website and Facebook page. In December 2011 the rebrand work for Glenilen Farm won the coveted Grand Prix at the Irish Design Effectiveness Awards”