Aaron L. Brody

Gable-top paperboard cartons have been ubiquitous containers for milk for so long that most consumers take them for granted. But gable-top paperboard cartons may have embarked on a new-old opportunity: dry foods.


An example is Kellogg’s new very special calcium-fortified K cereal in a “half gallon” gable-top paperboard carton. The fit is good: this calcium-enriched cereal is intended to be eaten with calcium-containing milk, and the “milk carton” emphasizes the calcium value (from the cereal) th…

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