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Best Packaging Design Inspiration : This article is part of the Weekly Inspiration from Gillde. We bring you interesting content by designers, artists and photographers from around the world who pursue their passion and create magnificent artwork. We want to share high-quality designs to inspire your days and weeks and help you in your creative process.

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By OlssønBarbieri

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By Lena Vargas

Johnnie Walker Blue Cities Limited edition collectible bottle, Dominican Republic edition.

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SEESAW WATER By SEESAW inc , Seikyo Jo

designers used illustrations and patterns to express their world views created from their own interpretations of the theme, “FUNxWAVE”, which resulted in a design that shows each of the members’ individuality.

Illustration,Graphic Design,Packaging

Croissant Café & Bakery / Branding By Dave Arustamyan

My first branding project, which has been under development for almost one month. Since the beginning of the work, I have repeatedly changed it’s style and as a result I have chosen the most suitable one. This project is a concept idea. I’ll be glad to see your feedback and suggestions. Thank you for the attention! 

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Mosi mooncake By Frank Lo , Comma Leung

The mooncake design is a collaboration with a Hong Kong-based social enterprise called mosi mosi. It is an inclusive design studio aims to help people with disabilities to have a better living. The mooncake packaging cooperates with autism people. Comma Leung from mosi mosi has organized art workshops and co-design patterns with the disabled artist Mike Ng, By making use of the illustration to create three sets of patterns. In the end, mosi mosi will share a percentage of the profits to the autism artist to bring empowerment to the disabled communities.

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Packaging By Sabbath Studio , Jorge Zamonsett , Luis Alberto , Rolando Luther

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Tessere olive oil By Constantin Bolimond , Tamara Vareyko , Nikita Bulgakov

TESSERE olive oil Originally, the olives are harvested by hand, or by comb, when the fruit becomes very green.  A cloth is used to spread under the olive trees and under no circumstances the fruit is picked from the ground. The olives are then transported by plastic rigid perforated boxes or bags with a capacity of 30-50kg. The time from the production to the pressing of the olive oil does not exceed 24 hours from the harvest to the production. The preservation of the olives until their pressing must be done in a cool place, and it is forbidden to store in a field full with olive trees, where it is exposed to various natural and microbiological hazards.

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Packaging Design Inspiration 31

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Branding & Packaging By Webgamma Studio

Via is a modern, vegan, cruelty-free skincare brand.

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Besa Mi Vino Brand Identity and Packaging By Ron Gibbons , Mackenzie Carey

Besa is an organic canned wine from Southern California. Perfect for on-the-go, but packed with natural, healthy ingredients, they needed an identity and packaging system to reflect the premium product with an approachable tone. They contacted us looking to build a brand that speaks to millenials who are invested in their health, but still want to have a good time. We created a warm, pastel color palette and logo type to project their positive, in-the-moment attitude.

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Anin Skincare Identity and Packaging By YUNGBLD studio

Anin provides medical-grade skincare that’s accessible, affordable and actually works. We know what you’ve heard before, but bottom line is, we always keeps our promises. We’ll help you get to know our products, and we’ll do that without the typical snobbish attitude. We approach our clients with assurance, and never allow them for one second to doubt us. Our clinical skincare goes beyond the epidermis (crazy, we know) to focus on skincare solutions that work. It might sound intense, but your complexion doesn’t have to be complex. The only intensity we’ll bring is in our formula. You’ll never have to use photoshop again. Just add Anin. *All editorial model photography use in the project is inspiration.

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Iced Coffee Branding & Photo By Sergio Laskin

New world situation can limit you and give you new possibilities at the same time. We present you our Farm Kitchen iced coffee drinks branding and photosession.

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packaging By NXC 念相创意

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Packaging|Black Tea Komb By Aaoo Studio

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Anjuna Package Design By DekoRatio Branding , Szani Mészáros , Dóri Novotny

Anjuna Ice Pops is a Hungarian plant-based popsicle brand founded in 2015. They have their own stores in the heart of Budapest and near lake Balaton. We designed the logo and brand identity then, and now we got the chance to create the package designs for 6 flavours that are going to be available in InterSpar stores all over Hungary. The brand’s main message is “Summer is a lifestyle”, hence our aim was to deliver this feeling through the design. Whether you’re at the beach, taking a break or cycling in the park, you can always pull out your Anjuna and enjoy a little piece of summer. Our main characters are doing just that and without guilt since the popsicles are vegan and some of them even sugar-free. There are two types of boxes for now, one is for the single products and there is a larger one that contains 15 ice pops. As for the colors, we chose similar shades to the popsicle’s and highlighted them with some other bolder colors, giving it a fresh tasty outlook.

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PETSHY Visual Identity & Packaging Design By WaShe

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Eden Aromatherapy By Hannah Wexler

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Knowlton Co. – Packaging By Mathilde Filippi , Simon Blaquière , Antoine Dasseville , Amélie Touchet , François Ollivier , Alexandre Emond

Life is rough, beer is smooth. La Knowlton Co. is a microbrewery located in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. To launch its first line of canned beers, we developed a flexible design with distinctive visuals and a uniform graphic grid.

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SUGLAZ REPOSTERÍA ALTERNATIVA By HI! ESTUDIO

Suglaz is a baking project created by a couple focused on creating special and personalized desserts for commemorative events or simply to congratulate a special person in our life.
The identity shows auxiliary elements that remind us of the colored sparks with which some desserts are made denoting the joy, love and passion with which each of them is made.

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TROKYA BEER By Zeynep Basay , Cem hasimi

Pata Studio designed a brand identity and packaging for Trokya, a new Turkish craft beer brand with 3 different recipes. Trokya’s label designs emphasize handcraft characteristic of the brand with different types of analogue illustration techniques…

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By Aleksandra Iakimchuk

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By Aleksandra Iakimchuk

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By Balla Kristof

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Coffee Bean Packaging – Sustainable Packaging Design By Anuvrat Dahiya

Sustainable packaging design and rebranding done for Seven Beans Coffee Company. The goal for this project is to support the Indian local artists by integrating different styles of the traditional Indian art form on the packaging. This will increase awareness and interest about the various art forms, as this coffee is exported too. This is a hypothetical classroom project.

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Baby detergent packaging concept By Kate Zakharova , Pavel Gubin

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By LOSQ Moscow

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Creation CBD Packaging Design Concept By François Matus , Adam Goetz

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Rockit Snacks By Karina Zhukovskaya , Violetta Kholodinskaya

Rockit is a snack brand, which is focused on producing popcorn like at a cinema. It is the only popcorn brand in Belarus that has it’s own exclusive production, developing themselves new original recipes and tastes.We were inspired by the story that popcorn is born during the Big Bang. Popcorn Rockit is unique. It appears when a rocket takes off.  To support brand name and develop the idea, we show each product in the line resembling space shapes in appearance: rocket blasts – for popcorn, planets – for corn balls and clouds – for cotton candy. All Rockit’s product range is ready to eat and carefully packed by hand, so we chose a transparent package to show the highest quality of the product and support the idea of the unpacked product.

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Leben Brewing By T . E . G . Estudio , Leandro Gidoni , Emiliano Aranguren , Santiago Moscardi

Graphic design and identity for Leben Brewing Company´s beer cans.

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The Chocolatier By IWANT design

The Chocolatier | Aneesh Popat branding and chocolate packaging design

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Helios – Naturlig glutenfri By Sandra Walderhaug , Barbro Helset

Naturlig Glutenfri is Helios´ first ever gluten free product series, which is currently being launched in Norwegian supermarkets. Starting this project, Helios wanted to bring the brand back to the core but with a new and timely design. These products also needed to be treated differently from the other products – which was solved by giving them a black label and a negative logo. 

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Milk Packaging Design By Bensu Atila

packaging design, packaging, milk, ambalage design, minimal, vegan, healthy

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Strange Love. Lo-cal Soda By Mat Bogust

Packaging,Creative Direction,Crafts

Holy Go Branding & Packaging Design By Liv Branding4people , Eduardo Almeida , Paula Correa

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Lolli & Pops By Valerie Durak

Branding and packaging design for Lolli and Pops candy stores.

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Milk package concept By Kan Salt , Marcel Sheishenov , I-Media Creative , Nargiza Kulataeva , Nurbek Nas

Molocow is a fun concept package for milk. We reimagined milk bottle and package to appeal for kids. We created fun way to pack milk in an out of this world fashion.

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packaging By Michaela Schießl

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By HEAZ

RULE429 SKINCARE FOR MEN BRANDING & PACKAGE DESIGN, Beauty Package, Beauty Branding

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NAHLA Raw Organic Ethiopian Honey By Cre8tive Pixels

Raw Organic Ethiopian Honey Packaging

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Over The Moo By Our Revolution

Ice cream brand identity, packaging design and illustration by consumer brand agency Our Revolution

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NICHE Tea By IWANT design

Tea Packaging design

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Pull It Hand Pulled Noodles – ASPaC Awards By Soh Kah Khee

Pull it packaging is inspired by the way how noodle master stretches the dough into multiple strands of noodles. Tapping also on the form of an accordion musical instrument, the compressing and expanding movement stimulates the imagination of the hand-pulled noodles making process. The spring-like mechanism also reflects the chewy texture of handmade noodles.  Consumers get to transform themselves into noodle master instantly having a personal touch in making noodles. Experiencing the fun of pulling them before cooking and savour into the noodles that they have just made fresh out of their own hands

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Lissome natural cosmetics By Gabriela Dule

Lissome is natural cosmetic brand in Frankfurt am Main. Hyaluronic acid booster and Vitamin C booster are the first two products of this line. Based on natural and vegan ingredients, Lissome consistently avoids unnecessary additives not only for the product itself, but also for the packaging.  Inspired from the pure ingredients of the products, I created a visual system based on the word “gentle”. From the naming of the brand to the final products.   The typographic logo in a combination with the handmade letters of the subtitle, give a feminin touch, while the abstract face illustrations represent all skin types. Pure white is the main color on the bottle and the box. To differentiate each product, a unique face pattern with a characteristic color depending on the ingredients was adapted.

Graphic Design,Art Direction,Packaging

Rapscallion Soda© By Daniel Freytag , Greig Anderson

Rebranding and repackaging Rapscallion Soda; The subversive soda brand handmade in Scotland.

Branding,Packaging,Art Direction

BOSKA™ | Cosmetics Packaging Design By Edhar Shvets

BOSKA is a Polish cosmetic brand for women. Where there are youth and style, there will be BOSKA. The packaging design aims to break the rules. We got used that most cosmetics packages are pink color; most of their logos are gold. But BOSKA makes the difference.

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By Lung-Hao Chiang

Journey to The West | Whisky Visual Design

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Toast to Nice Things By Marco Inve

Cheers! Because it’s nice to have Nice Things, especially at Christmas. Any excuse to pop a bottle of prosecco, because why not? In true Christmas spirit, it’s nice celebrate the nice things we have in life. As an encouragement to create more ‘nice things’ together, this was a gift to clients to inspire future collaboration. Elements of custom ribbon and silver holographic foil shine away to reveal the niceness of this gift.

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Orange On The Go By Dinda Nathania

#OOTG (Orange On The Go!) is an innovative and eco-friendly orange packaging that makes your orange binging experience a lot more practical. It is aimed to inspire people with busy lifestyle, or just anybody in general to take care of themselves from within by eating nutritious snacks. This artwork received Merit Award for Asia Student Package Competition (ASPaC) 2019 held by Japan Package Design Association (JPDA). 

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KaoKao By Luca Battiato , Denny_ Saurio

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By Futura

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The Wonky Blend By Design Studio , Alessia Sistori , Lilly Friedeberg , Amaia Kurschinski , Marc Oortman

THE WONKY BLEND CO. Concept: “The Wonky Blend Co.” uses the imperfect fruits that are not pretty enough for being sold in the supermarket and makes  seasonal juices out of them. The four different flavors contain the local fruits of the seasons  spring, summer, autumn and winter. Every juice is a little bit different depending on the individual year’s harvest.   Happy patterns have been designed for each flavor, as well as little icons for the ingredients. Wonky is ecologic, local and sustainable.  By relying on local products it goes back to the local routes and thereby becomes the juice of the future.

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ASANTE CAFE – BRANDING By LiNa Yousry , john zaki

Branding For Asante – African Cafe

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Fillin Guff By Tetiana Kizim

Fillin Guff is a brand name of the company that produces several lines of wet wipes. This product is aimed at a wide audience and is presented on supermarket shelves. As part of the project, we developed a logo and packaging design for two product lines — premium and more affordable. Our logo is a stylized and very geometric image of an owl. As part of the project, we developed packaging for two brand lines at once — premium — Fillin Guff and more affordable — Aloha! Premium packaging is laconic in design. There are 6 types of napkins in this line, so for each we have chosen a color. The second line is Aloha! — more affordable product. We got bright packaging that stands out on the shelves of supermarkets and attracts the attention of consumers.

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Beyond Butterful Shea By LG beauty

Beyond Butterful Shea hand products packaging design

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Ninefold Rum By Paul Hollingworth

Photography of Ninefold Rum packaging design.

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By studio moho

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Original Coffee Roaster – Identity & Packaging By Guilherme Vissotto

The basic concepts for creating the visual identity were traditionality and elegance. The colors chosen refer to both coffee and a rustic environment. Dark blue contrasts with beige in a very harmonic way, emphasizing shades of brown. The symbol was built from the golden circles, adding even more to the aesthetics of the project. A drop of coffee, the letter “o” and a coat of arms form a strong and memorable symbol.

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FUSE By Karla Heredia Martínez

Inspired by the simplicity of a coffee cherry and the cheerful that produces when we simply smell it. The graphics play with different forms representing movement and energy are abstract as the feeling we perceive individually when we are in contact with the coffee. 

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Kind to Bee By Angelina Pischikova , Karina Zhukovskaya , Vasilisa Pаlianina

Kind to Bee is real honey gathered by hand in small batches by a family dedicated to ecological and humane beekeeping, with every ingredient ethically sourced. We celebrate the fragrant and abundant world of bees by creating a system that tells a unique story: the story of where each honey comes from and the journey of the bees who made it. Inspired by buzzing around the meadows, we created a series of unique illustrations to celebrate a variety of honeys and show the connection between bees and the natural world. A world of honey and flavour where summer never ends.

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Super nature packaging By Sandra Walderhaug , Barbro Helset

The slanted design element and the bag´s natural material spins out of the brand’s name which consists of two parts: Super and Nature. ´Super´ signalises energy and effect, and ´nature´ signalises clean, sustainable food from quality controlled sources. This translates visually to the contrast between the ‘super’ colours that are inspired by the raw ingredients and the natural paper encasement.

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Label Design For The Nuts & Honey Spread By Tatiana Rusalovskaya

Label design for Honey House, a leader on the market of packed honey in Russia. Nuts & Honey Spread is the new healthy and tasty product line contains five tastes: pine nut, peanut and almond, peanut, hazelnut and almond. The aim was to create a visual identity for the product line. To emphasize the natural flavours and distinguish the product line from a competitors I focused on colours, graphic arts and print solutions. For each of the different tastes, I created a unique pattern in a pastel colour palette natural for the respective species of nuts. Uncoated textured paper with a decent touch of varnish provides an inviting tactile experience, and the play of light on the golden foil awakes images of warm summer sunsets when it’s nice to have a cup of tea with sweets like this.

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Haochi By Franca Studio

Haochi means delicious, but beyond the mere translation from Chinese, Haochi means healthy living. This is not just another granola, is a complete food that mixes two essential spectrums: flavor & wellness. Its artisan process blends naturally with its qualities: organic, without coloring nor preservatives, and 100% vegan. Keeping that in mind, we create the visual design taking its four flavors: coconut-almond, spicy nopal, matcha, and mango-curry as our main inspiration, and we blend them with another symbol: the sun. Our aim implied to represent energy in its most pure form and the beginning of any cycle. The dynamic palette is another reminder of the natural ingredients, the vitality, and well-being

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Packaging Design Inspiration : This article is part of the Weekly Inspiration from Gillde. We bring you interesting content by designers, artists and photographers from around the world who pursue their passion and create magnificent artwork. We want to share high-quality designs to inspire your days and weeks and help you in your creative process.

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Blue By fagerström

Luxury design. Blue is a perfume and fragrance line with 100% natural essential extracts. We searched for a name that was associated with natural elements.

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COSMETIC x CERAMIC By LG beauty , Superking mimi

William Edwards is a ceramic designer who provides tableware for the British royal family and some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the world. The Therapy has collaborated with William Edwards to offer limited-edition packaging inspired by the Orangery Collection, which captures the architectural design of orangeries built between the 17th and 19th centuries. The Therapy, together with William Edwards’ design, bring to mind the look and feel of classic mood of Europe. Make your day more special with The Therapy products! 

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Woodlot Skincare Packaging Design By arithmetic

A visual conversation written about a womans’ journey from the vanity of human desire to the purity of self love. In a world of heavily marketed cosmetic and skincare brands on perfectly adorned models, our idea of beauty and youth can be skewed, even when we claim to have a healthy reflection of what we see in the mirror, the inner critic speaks loudly at times. In this light, “She” is mother earth. The one who bore us so purely, so perfectly. When we return to her, we return to a simple way—innately stripping away the man made ingredients that do more harm than good. In returning to her with the wisdom of self growth, we find ourselves, natural and beautiful in her eyes. Arithmetic’s packaging program for Woodlot Skincare is an ode to this love story. One of patience, of whole love for the earth and in that, self-love.

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Seen Direct-to-Consumer Packaging By Abby Haddican

SEEN is a new line of dermatologist-designed haircare made with clean ingredients that won’t cause irritation or clog pores. The company sells its skin-caring shampoos, conditioners, and styling products online only, so it was essential for them to have a premium, memorable shipping box. The kraft, white, and pink color scheme used in the box takes its color cues from Seen’s bottle packaging (designed by Sharon Werner at Werner Design Werks), which uses a palette of skin tones to reinforce the company’s dermatological focus. In addition to the box’s form and graphics, I also designed several additional items for use inside the box; these include a drawstring bag which ships with every order, an illustrated travel kit, and a thank you card beautifully engraved on ultra-thick blotter paper. 

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Milk Up! | Packing By Raphael Iglesias

A milk Up! is a brand of milk and derivatives. It also works with vitamin-based milk-based juices with a high protein content

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Illustrated Beers Cans – Branding & Packaging Design By Anton Malishev , Oh Carola

Fun Branding & Packaging Project with Illustrated Beer Cans, Beer Can Renders & Animations.

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Honey boy – premium honey brand By Maja Regula , WE ARE OWLSOME , Michał Czekaj

Honey boy is a brand that produces personalized gift boxes with 6 customizable tastes of honey. By supporting the apiarian industry and building new bee yards Honeyboy also contributes to environmental protection. All the ingredients and packaging are produced thoughtfully with the idea that the honey has to meet all the ecological requirements. No preservatives or artificial sweeteners are used, and the flavors are 100% based on fruits and natural ingredients.

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