Roses are red, violets are blue, we've rounded up Valentine’s Day pack designs just for you.

Champagne Castelnau – UK

The rosé blend from Champagne Castelnau is available in a special edition gift box this year, featured in bold red and a “retro-modern design”. Source: The Drink Business.

Hershey – USA

The limited edition Hersey Lava Cake Kisses are wrapped in hearts, the colour pink, and complemented with vector graphics from the city of love. Source: Confectionery News.

The Face Shop - South Korea

Korean beauty brand The Face Shop has a range of beauty sets for men this Valentine's Day, packaging together a mix of products visible through a heart-shaped window and topped off with a branded bow. Source: Gulf News.

Aldi and Happy Farms - USA

Happy Farms heart shaped cheese will be available in select Aldi stores to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Source: This is Insider.

Harvey Nichols - UK

British department store Harvey Nichols has released its 2019 rendition of its luxury boxed chocolates, including playful messaging and gold detail to accompany the season’s pink and red thematic tones. Source: Packaging of the World.

Driscoll's – Australia

Sticking with the heart shaped theme, Driscoll's strawberries are available in a specialised shape in Woolworths supermarkets in Australia this week.

Oreo – USA

“Dunk in love” with Oreo’s limited edition Love Oreo range designed in a neon light theme. Source: Delish.

Essie – USA

Nail polish brand Essie has released a special edition collection in 2019, featuring bright and bold patterns mixed with pink across the range. Source: Elite Daily.

Terminix – USA

A competition from US pest control company Terminix is awarding winners with edible, chocolate-covered crickets in a heart shaped box to share the “love bug” with a significant other. Source: Business Wire.

Food & Drink Business

Australian Food and Grocery Council CEO Tanya Barden says research by the Council shows the value food and grocery manufacturing brings to the economy and local communities.

CSIRO scientists have development new technology to detect gluten in any food and show which grain it comes from, helping to track any contamination in the raw ingredient supply chain, as well accuracy in pack labelling around gluten-free claims.

The 155-year-old milk pasteurisation process is being challenged by a new patented technology from The Wholey Milk Co. Doris Prodanovic reports.