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Packaging concept to streamline spice cabinet.
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Searching for spices in our pantry is a long ordeal including multiple boxes, flashlights, and spices that haven’t been used in decades. 
 
In order to combat this, I created spice packaging where the lid is tilted towards the chef. This eliminates picking up every individual bottle, spinning it to see the name, only to realize its not what you're looking for, streamlining the hunt for the correct spice.  
 
The colors of the lids indicate spice groups that generally pair well together and the icons on the front of the bottles suggest foods that might benefit from that spice to give hints to would be chefs. 
Through my research I learned that spices keep their aroma much better if they are in airtight, dark containers. Both sunlight and too much oxygen spoil the spices. This informed my decision of materials- no paper and no glass. 
 
The target audience for this product is more of the novice chef who is getting into experimenting, or my mom, who rarely experiments but has a growing collection of spices she might like to use one day. 
 
The colors of the lids indicate spice groups that generally pair well together.
 
The icons on the front of the bottles suggest foods that might benefit from this new spice. 
Through my research I learned that spices keep their aroma much better if they are in airtight, dark containers. Both sunlight and too much oxygen spoil the spices. This informed my decision of materials- no paper and no glass. 
 
The target audience for this product is more of the novice chef who is getting into experimenting, or my mom, who rarely experiments but has a growing collection of spices she might like to use one day. 
 
The colors of the lids indicate spice groups that generally pair well together.
 
The icons on the front of the bottles suggest foods that might benefit from this new spice.