The competition entries will be evaluated by an expert jury whose members will be presented later. The entry will be judged based on how well it meets the design challenge brief and the following criteria.
The design reduces or eliminates food waste with the use of Stora Enso’s renewable materials.
The product is easy to use; it fulfils its purpose well and protects its contents to the required standard.
The end-consumer appreciates the product, its value and enjoys the interaction.
The design meets the needs of the consumer whilst creating a desirable, aesthetically pleasing solution for the selected brand. Stands out on the shelf, potential to increase sales or reduce costs.
Innovative Use of Material
The Stora Enso renewable packaging material has been used in a favourable and innovative way. The design highlights the strengths of the selected material(s). The design is unseen, disruptive and innovative.
The design is scalable and can be easily taken into mass production suitable for cost-effective manufacturing.
Retail & logistics
The design takes into consideration both brick-and-mortar and online sales. It also takes into consideration the logistics of physical items including material handling, inventory, transportation, and warehousing.
Jocelyne is Doctor in Food Sciences with a speciality in packaging with a broad expertise in innovation, sustainability and food safety. Her career began at Danone as a research scientist in packaging and she occupied several leadership packaging global positions in Danone Group.
Jocelyne has more than 25 years of global leadership experience in implementing innovative and sustainable packaging solutions and productivities. As part of her career she co-founded The right packaging®, an international consultancy company to help businesses make the right packaging choice in a challenging context.