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The 4th of July is right around the corner. To get in the patriotic spirit we wanted to share our favorite patriotic packaging featuring red, white and blue designs. 

1. Team USA OREO cookies

Oreo launched these patriotic cookies in honor of the 2020 Olympic Games.* These patriotic cookies are stuffed full of red, white and blue frosting. 

Team USA Oreo Cookie

*Due to the Coronavirus the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have been postponed until 2021.

2. Smirnoff Seltzer Red, White & Berry

The new summer flavor from Smirnoff is Red, White & Berry. This limited time summer release is packaged in a red, white and blue can that changes color when it gets nice and chilly. 

3. Hershey’s Red, White & Blue Cookies ‘n’ Creme

Hershey’s is putting a new twist on your favorite campfire snack. Not only is the packaging patriotic, but the bar itself screams Red, White and Blue.  

4. Chandon, Limited Edition Brut, Summer 2020

Add a little bubbly to your 4th of July celebration with the red white and blue 2020 summer release from Chandon.

5. Budweiser Summer Patriotic Cans

A new look for Budweiser from Anheuser-Busch. The iconic brew now comes in red, white and blue, camo. A portion of sales will be donated to the Folds of Honor charity to fund scholarships for military members and their families.

These brands have transformed their ordinary packaging into something to celebrate. Kick off your 4th of July festivities by indulging in these patriotic treats!

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