Is this what the future of food information may look like? There's been a lot of calls for more use of infographic style delivery of stats on food for a while now and it seems from this concept by the designer Raj that it would work well.
He has taken a simple infographic displaying information about coffee, who drinks it, which states are the most caffeinated and just how much the average worker drinks in a week and placed it on to a paper sleeve that sits around the cup.
We like the idea and think that more use of this could look goof on the back of food packaging. We particularly like the coffee style breakdown.
What do you think? Would you like to see more infographic style data on food and drinks?
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