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Life in colour

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Katherine Galatola of Jacob Douwe Egberts (JDE) had stared at Piazza D’Oro’s coffee packaging many times before. She’d held it, read the description, and appreciated its simplistic design, but had never really thought about the effort that went into the colours staring back at her.

It wasn’t until she visited the printing plant of flexible packaging solutions company Jet Technologies that Katherine’s eyes were opened to a whole new industry of colour production, which like JDE, takes a hands-on and passionate approach to the craft.

“I was blown away by the scale and professionalism involved in colour production,” Katherine says. “In my mind I had always thought

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