November 2012
Packaging News;Nov2012, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers information on a package developed by the energy drink company Hiball by using thermochromic ink by Chromatic Technologies (CTI) and informs that graphics of the tin can changes its color along with ideal drinking temperature.


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