From high-gloss coatings to hot-gold stamping, Corners creates high-end packaging for Cannabis and CBD products.
product’s packaging is one of the more important advertorial tools in a brand’s pocket. Clear and crisp packaging that effectively presents a message can be the single most important factor in a consumer’s decision whether to purchase a product or not. In a recent survey for the Paper and Packaging Board, 72 percent of respondents said that the design of a product’s packaging influenced their decision to purchase it.
As the cannabis and CBD space grows more crowded each year, it behooves brands to partner with a proven industry leader as they roll out new offerings. Corners Packaging offers a wide array of products to package everything from tinctures to edibles and vapes to pre-rolls. You name it, and Corners can create a unique vessel for it. That’s because it’s a subsidiary of the Curtis Packaging Company, a company that has been in operation for 175 years.
Operating out of the same facilities as its parent company, Corners uses packaging that’s on par with what’s used by many leading products in the liquor, chocolate, golf, and cosmetic industry. “It is not uncommon to see a cannabis company’s products run on the same presses that Estée Lauder and Lindt Chocolates just used,” says Stephen Barmore, the director of new business development for Corners.
High quality graphics, cutting-edge printing, and durable packages are the norm, plus all products are made in the United States. The company can turn out new designs in a little as three weeks.
Best of all is its overall commitment to sustainability as a company. Your consumers can rest assured knowing that whatever they are holding in their hands was produced in a zero-waste facility that used 100 percent renewable energy. Corners is also carbon neutral, it practices sustainable sourcing, and it has partnered with Reforest the Tropics. To help its clients, the company also offers an environmental savings statement that clients can use to help build their brands.
After you’ve spent the time perfecting a new offering, don’t make the mistake of shoddy packaging. Partner with the best.