The Swedish designer Hampus Jageland designed the packaging for the visually impaired. Alton Brown is a brand of spices that also have olive oil and balsamic vinegar. The olive oil and balsamic vinegar come with a special spoon that makes it easier to measure and pour.
The packages have embossed braille for the impaired to read and the text is in the same spot on all of the products so it is easy to find. The logo AB means the something to both blind and seeing people. When reading braille one dot is an A and two dots is a B. The packages for the liquid are sustainable and the refillable bags are made from recycled paper.
I think this packaging is amazing. I enjoy the very clean design. There isn't any clutter, it is very minimalistic, which works because visually impaired don't need to be confused when trying to find a spice. Not only does it look nice, it also is great for aiding the visually impaired in every day life. I have never thought about what it would be like to be cooking blind. It is good we have products like these around.