by Rachel Oakley in New Food and Packaging on Tuesday 18 March 2014

Let’s face it, not many of us pay much attention to meat and cheese packaging. If we buy it at the grocery store, it’s usually wrapped up and features a few stickers. At the local butcher it’s a no-frills paper wrapping. But what if meat and cheeses were repackaged in a way that actually told us what part of the animal we’re purchasing. It’s a brilliant idea brought forth by Spanish design agency Fauna, who redesigned packaging for Corella, a small store specializing in selected meats and cheeses. Pretty cool designs, right?

Via The Dieline