Press and Media about our Child Resistant Cartons
Lady Gray Medibles, the Gold Standard of Alaskan Edibles, Relies on Safer Packaging Cartons
Our cartons are shown in Alaska Leaf Magazine in a feature article about Lady Gray Medibles.
“Originally attracted to Cannabis after being diagnosed with endometriosis in her 20’s, Grossl has spent over 20 years researching the plant in hopes of furthering the discussion about Cannabis as a medicine.”
Alaska Leaf Magazine: Lady Gray Medibles (The Edibles Edition)
Safer Packaging Cartons Featured in incredibles Re-Brand
Our cartons are featured in a Packaging World Special Report Story on the new packaging of incredibles line of edibles.
“…the feedback from dispensaries is that the product display is so much better—the packaging parlays the quality of the product. Also, the bars are much easier to store than they were before. And, consumers are just drawn to the new package—they now pick it up off the shelf because it’s so fun, because it’s so bright, and because it looks so delicious. We’ve definitely seen a boost in sales as a result.”
Packaging World Magazine: Cannabis brand incredibles grows up, but keeps its cool
Safer Packaging Cartons Featured in Premier Product Launches
Our cartons are shown here in the coverage of the Leafs by Snoop product launch. The reporter for Esquire called the packaging top notch.
“… the packaging is top-notch and, well, the branding, too—especially considering the latter is relatively uncharted territory.” ~ Esquire Magazine
Esquire Magazine: We Got Stoned in a Suburban Home with Snoop Dogg Last Night
Rolling Stone: 10 Things We Learned at Snoop Dogg’s Denver Weed Launch
The Cannabist: The scoop on Snoop Dogg’s new weed line in Colorado
Award Winning Cannabis Packaging and Products
Here are more child safe cartons produced by Safer Packaging, from insert design to printing and graphics.
Culture Magazine calls Blue Kudu’s Black Forest CBD Chocolate Bar “Gorgeously packaged.”
Culture Magazine: BlueKudu’s Black Forest CBD Chocolate Bar
A Forbes article about Blue Kudu says: “Because there is very little legal marijuana-product advertising, in-store displays and packaging are critical to sales.”