Food And Beverage

In the last 10 years BlueThink has supported Food & Beverage companies in the development of efficient processes and innovative packaging. Eco-design trends and new demanding applications require an original approach to deliver sustainable and cost-effective solutions consumers will love.



Sustainable materials

Disposable Batteries

Connected Packaging

Coatings and Surface treatment

Stand design


Production cost reduction

Plant efficiency

Labeling technology

Top Food And Beverage Trends

By innovating in multiple industries we can see trends before they develop and leverage technologies across applications to optimize our clients’ investment and deliver successful innovative in time.

New Natural products

The increasing request for simple products with a short list of natural and healthy ingredients implies that industrial engineers design utterly novel processes to satisfy the consumers’ demand and the regulatory body at the same time.

Circular Economy

The development of concepts such as zero carbon footprint associated to industrial processes can be achieved by means of a variety of strategies, requiring contributions from different players, from marketers to scientists and R&D engineers.

Natural Packaging for Natural Food

The demand for natural food is driving the challenge to create materials and packaging able to be compliant with the message of the product. Newly developed coatings promise to make paper and carton containers water and oil proof.

Reference Clients

Through our unique approach we work with industry leaders across the globe.

Case studies

In the last 10 years we have been working in a global framework carrying out more than 100 projects to grant a clear competitive edge to each one of our clients.


Technology Scouting activity to discover environmentally friendly materials for new packaging applications.

Efficient and Consistent Illumination

A well illuminated oven allows the final user to have a better cooking experience and contributes to improve both the quality of the cooked products and users’ satisfaction.

Cost-Effective Energy

A new operational plan to increase the powering efficiency of fully automated warehouses resulted in savings of over 50% against the most optimistic projections.