Thursday, December 3, 2020

Durham Box creates stylish new digital packaging solution for plant-based food brand

Leading packaging company, Durham Box, has created an end-to-end design and digitally printed packaging solution for plant-based food brand, Tiba Tempeh.

Founded in 2019, the London start-up has its range of innovative organic tempeh products stocked in over 500 stores across the UK as well having an online shop.

Previously using a simple 0201 brown box and solid board sleeve for their packaging, Tiba Tempeh’s founders tasked Durham Box with creating an impactful brand style to convey their core values for a healthier world and that plants have the answers. Tasty, healthy, easy and sustainable… you can have it all when you GRAB LIFE BY THE PLANTS®.

Being able to deliver a single source for design, production, in-house digital printing and finishing facilities, Durham Box produced the vibrant artwork, which was then printed on the firm’s industry leading Nozomi C18000 digital press – Durham Box being the first corrugated packaging manufacturer in the UK to offer single pass LED inkjet production for packaging, POS displays & corrugated board.

“I am absolutely delighted with the printed boxes, which help add a lot of value to our brand and shopper experience,” said Alex Longton, founder of Tiba Tempeh.

“We were previously using brown boxes and one of our regular customers sent us an email after receiving their order, saying: ‘Just got the order, love the new branded box packaging!’”

Durham Box’s Paul Barker added: “Delivering innovative packaging concepts from initial sketches to the brand’s print ready state, and managed through our unrivalled production technology with the Nozomi C18000, is how we achieve great solutions, with added-value for our clients at Durham Box. Tiba Tempeh is a great brand and we look forward to working together in the future.”

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