The packaging for Chiavalon olive oil has been designed by Croatian design consultancy Bruketa & Zinic. The bottles are inside a recycled paper bag which, the group claims, is ‘reminiscent of the weekly vegetable market where stallholders put fresh fruit and veg into paper holdalls’. The bag can be removed from the bottle and the label stays in place. The concept for the product is about providing a ‘simple, functional and ecological’ design solution.
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