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Packaging Design

Come see us at MJBizCon l December 11-13 2019 Las Vegas

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Come see Kaya Cannabis Packaging at Las Vegas MJ Bizcon, Cannabis Packaging Convention

Kaya Packaging is exhibiting at the popular MJBizCon in Las Vegas this week. We will be showcasing our higher standard cannabis packaging along with new products such as glass packaging and labeling services. We are exhibiting at booth C8939 in Central Hall of the Las Angeles Convention Center.


MJBizcon takes place December 11 to 13, 2019, during MJBizCon Week where industry leaders converge to mindshare on trends, rules and regulations, and innovation. Kaya Packaging is proud to be a higher standard in cannabis packaging solutions, ensuring to provide growers, dispensaries, and other cannabis related businesses the compliant and certified packaging they need to only meet their business’s needs but also help them thrive and grow.


Follow the hashtag #MJBizCon to track and engage on conversations happening on Twitter and Instagram. Follow us on Instagram @kayapackaging and Twitter @kaya_packaging to engage with us while we’re at the conference and get behind-the-scenes footage and info live.


We welcome attendees seeking a premium packaging solution for cannabis products to visit Booth C8939 where they can connect with representatives, Noam Temkin and Matt Mardo. Our diverse portfolio of customizable packaging includes child guard exit bags, bud bags, grower bags, resealable bags, and tamper-evident bags.


Email Matt@KayaPackaging.com to schedule a meeting with them at the MJBizcon today!

Elixir Fixation - Cannabis Drink Packaging

Elixir Fixation

By | Packaging, Packaging Design

Sometimes you just want to sip instead of smoke. Cannabis beverages are quickly becoming a popular option for consumers of both medical and recreational cannabis, especially those not accustomed to smoking.

Drinking cannabis can be an excellent way to relieve aches and pains in a discrete manner throughout the day, and it can provide immediate relief. THC in liquid form gets into your system quicker than any other method, meaning the effects are felt very soon.

THC & CBD infused beverages are commonly called elixirs. The term elixir is used whenever the product is in liquid form – this includes tinctures, sprays and beverages. Elixir drinks come in a variety of selections, such as effervescent soda, coffee, tea, and even smoothies.

Some people are coffee drinkers, and this is their go to drink. On the other hand there are folks who enjoy tea instead of coffee. In either case, the consumer should use precaution. A typical coffee or tea drinker likes to consume one cup after another. Obviously this is not OK when your hot drink is infused with marijuana. Most drinks contain 5-10 mg of THC, so it’s a good idea to sip slowly until you are comfortable with the results.

During a hot summer day, drinking an ice-cold beverage is incredibly refreshing. There are several cannabis infused sodas and tonics, made with fruit flavors and cola. Some are even sugar free.  And who wouldn’t want to add a wholesome, THC infused smoothie to their routine? Fruity, delicious, and relatively healthy, cannabis smoothies are a great way to get in your daily fix.

We can’t end without a shout out to Rebel Coast Winery, located in Hermosa Beach, CA. They are bringing alcohol free, THC infused wine to the market very soon. In fact, we here at Kaya just designed, manufactured, and supplied them with Child Resistant exit bags for their wine bottles.

If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s time to get your Elixir Fix while it’s hot.

Cannabis infused drinks are what’s trending!


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Dude Weed Leaf

Who is my Cannabis Consumer?

Take a look around you. Can you point out who is the cannabis consumer? Are you looking for a slouchy, unkempt, lackadaisical youth with a cheesy grin and glazed over eyeballs? Look again. Databases like Headset and BDS Analytics have been compiling the stats, and the results may
surprise you.
Turns out most cannabis users’ lifestyles are very healthy and active with a nod to outdoor activities. These individuals are quite satisfied with life and happy with their accomplishments. This doesn’t sound like the laid-back, going nowhere, stereotypical ‘stoner’ we recall from our high school days. In fact the average cannabis user is:
         • Under 40 years old
         • Married with children
         • Creative and social
         • Bringing in an average of $75K per year
Turns out these folks are everywhere. And they look pretty normal. In fact the average cannabis customer is not what you might expect. They are just your average DUDE!
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“Cannabis consumers are far removed from the caricatures historically used to describe them,” said Linda Gilbert, head of the consumer research division at BDS Analytics.“In fact, positive lifestyle indicators like volunteering, socializing, satisfaction with life and enjoyment of exercise and the outdoors are highest among cannabis consumers, at least in Colorado and California.”

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Everyone has heard the old adage “don’t judge a book
by its cover.” And yet, books with terrible covers
continue to be overlooked.
For the cannabis industry, packaging is the equivalent of
a book cover. It will have a significant impact on a
customer’s decision to purchase.

In an interview with Packaging Digest, Gabrielle Rein, chief
creative officer at Toast™, said, “Shelf appeal is a major
concern for any CPG. We want the product to sell! Customers
consistently enter the store and are immediately drawn
to Toast due to the beautiful packaging, which stands out
on the shelf along with the custom-designed store
Toast™ launched in Colorado in February of this year. The
luxury design of its packaging quickly captured attention,
but it’s not the first company to adopt a luxury look.

Luxury packaging is definitely the current trend in the cannabis industry. Brands like Blooms Farms, Lord Jones, and Beboe sport luxury looks that help them stand out from competition.

As the cannabis industry continues to grow,
luxury brands are helping change the stoner
persona that is often associated with cannabis.
Many brands emphasize the importance of
responsible consumption and feature child-resistant

Following the luxury-packaging trend will not guarantee your product will be sold, just
like a good cover does not guarantee a book will be read. But it will always be important
to have unique packaging that helps your brand get noticed.