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  • Packaging that makes food taste better
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Packaging that makes food taste better

Food and drink brands are experimenting with multi-sensory experiences. Whether it's listening to music while you eat, or modifying the colour of packaging, there is a growing appreciation for the fact that sound and visuals can enhance the perceived taste of food.

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