Post pictures here of your packaging and labeling - how do you best show off your product? Feel free to mention who you work with for your packaging solutions if you like.
That’s some great looking packaging. Is that for showing to prospective clients as examples?
Yes, (thats the tip of the iceberg) It is my company Budmarketers that does MMJ specific projects. We are two super experienced advertising/marketing/event specialists and (and support services) we are amazing at what we can do for companies. This was a ballistic aluminum case with the company line inset into a solid foam fitted bottom (all custom made) and we did all the packaging based on the latests packaging compliances. We want to do this for the growers who want thier own line, so they have the advantage of what the dispensries make!
BudMar Leave Behind Short.pdf (3.25 MB)
Here is another one we did with a Hliburton case! big money here! but it says “quality” the minute anyone saw the case!
So sample cases are not just big lock boxes and salespeople take an order instead of lugging a steamer trunk around!
Wow, that does look really slick. Nice job!
I have another company (tiny) that is just for trimming, I do dry trimming and have a brand new “Monster Toy” tat helps me here is the info on thiat baby…( ps I am read to travel onsite with this and can do 60-100 lbs …Aday and get three salable products from it, its not a dessert topping, it’s a PROCESSOR…(I been in the house for 5 years developing all this stuff, (kind of a all in guy!)If anyone you know wants to see this I will roll up to their site, in a brand new van, new machine and process five lbs for FREE! just as an introduction!
I am really super excited about your group as I have had little exposure to the industry
thak uyou for writting me.Charles
POP.pdf (2.98 MB)
That is some sweet packaging @charlie. I’m almost expecting a rifle or a ton of money in those briefcases.
Current project that Cannawise is working on (work in progress). Sourcing custom glass jars and real wood lids. Matte or glossy, oh the choices, the choices!
Those look awesome and I love the wooden lids. This is the sort of packaging you wash out and reuse afterwards rather than throwing away once you are done. Very classy!
Thanks @nicholas! We were also thinking about how to minimize the amount of plastic, both for looks, but also, since we don’t want the insides of the jar/bottle to leach anything into the creams.
I’m assuming it’s just the inside of the lid that is plastic? Probably will have minimal contact with the product if that’s the case.
Yeah, that was the least plastic we could get. And there will be one of those little lids in there too. That will be touching the cream, but HDPE, not the rubbery plastic. Guess it COULD be silicone, but it’s already custom (pricey) enough
Hi Hungter… money wuould be nice! lol, Thank ou hav done a TON of mmj stuf!.anyway I am also the owner operator of a new dry MMJ processor/trimming machine, I can do 80 lbs a day to near perfection trimming AND give you three marketable products at the same time. If you know ANY cultivators, I am TRIMMING 5 lbs for FREE to demonstrate, all I need is gas money!!! I have used this and Marajuana Packaging Inc is thinking of stocking these “Gentle Giants” attached is a bit of info chek out the almot PURE WHITE TRICHOME DUST, way past “keif”! AND…to put to rest the argument about which method is better (hand trimmed or machine) Lets let SCIENCE talk, included are three independant test from the same lab, same batch…one handtrimmed, one machine trimmed, one machine and hand trimmed…THC labresults??? A=16% mchine 22% and the combo…well not wortjh discussing!!!
POP.pdf (2.98 MB)
Looks almost like the packaging they use as novelty “space food”. Very reliable packaging, to say the least.
Super sleek! Love the glossy glass and matte label. The wood grain for the lid really makes it.
Great example for how you can do great packaging without a huge expense — these are standard stock bags, and a simple label, but thr whole thing looks sleek! Good job.
Much appreciated. I was going for scientific with a little playfulness look to show respect for the grower’s knowledge - and steering clear of the druggy cartoon look that dominates the category.
Interesting article on the design aesthetic in the cannabis industry: