Aptar Food + Beverage receives WorldStar Packaging Awards 2022

The award is for its new BAP closure for Brazil’s 3Corações Cappuccino

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Aptar Food + Beverage has received an award for Brazil’s 3Corações Cappuccino Package Design at the 2022 WorldStar Packaging Awards
Aptar Food + Beverage has received an award for Brazil’s 3Corações Cappuccino Package Design at the 2022 WorldStar Packaging Awards

Aptar Food + Beverage received top honors in the category of Packaging Materials and Components at the 2022 WorldStar Packaging Awards, recently held in Brazil, to develop a custom one-piece flip-top closure and seal using its proprietary BAP (Bonded Aluminum to Plastic) technology. This breakthrough solution helped the iconic 3Corações brand gain even more popularity with cappuccino mix consumers for its practicality, freshness, and ease of use package.

Aptar Food + Beverage is proud to receive an award for the third time in 2021

The company received its first award for the BAP closure in September 2021 at the ABRE 20th annual Brazilian Packaging Awards ceremony for 3Corações Cappuccino. A few months later, it was recognized with a second award for the same packaging solution by Embalagem Marca. This award was based on the package redesign’s numerous benefits to consumers, the industry, and suppliers.

Aptar Food + Beverage is proud to acknowledge receipt of this third and most prestigious award. “Behind every closure is our commitment to help brands transform their products and markets while making a positive and personal impact on consumers’ lives,” says company’s sales manager Vanessa Amato

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