As food and beverage manufacturers navigate a consumer audience that has changed its attitudes and behaviors completely, they must also address changing the Nutrition Facts on their labels. Changes to labels like those required under the current regulations can have wider-reaching implications for some brands.
Kellogg is offering U.K. customers the chance to create a personalized 'back to school' cereal box. Shoppers collect codes from three promotional packs and then upload a photo and personalized message to a website
The “first moment of truth” is that 2 to 7 seconds it takes a consumer to make a decision about a product color. It is a significant factor in “first moment of truth” when you considered the reach it has to engage and communicate to consumers.
Handsome Brook Farms introduces a new carton design now on grocery shelves nationally. The packaging nods to Handsome Brook Farms’ belief that the future of animal and land husbandry is bright, with the vibrant colors reflective of the green pastures, blue skies and bright yellow sunshine of a new tomorrow.
Expansion is an essential part of any solid growth strategy. While it’s important to expand into new sales channels and scale your operations, you also need to expand your product lines to truly achieve sustainable growth.
Major brands, including Bailey’s, Smirnoff vodka, Coca-Cola, Levis and Unilever join a growing movement of big brand advertisers against the failure of social media platforms to control the publication of hateful and misleading content.
Since 1939 the packaging described the product as a cure for “periodic pain.” Although the name was familiar with young women, the brand lacked relevance with Gen Z and was losing market share due to the increase of new female-focused start-ups.
Innovation is the antidote to overcoming seemingly impossible challenges. Smart leaders will study how some companies have adapted during the current COVID-19 crisis to learn how to implement useful marketing tools in order to quickly pivot their business to overcome any future disruptions.
The craze for a "subscription for everything" may make you think just having a great subscription box idea is the winning recipe, but there's a lot more to it. Consumers aren't just interested in a box's products but aspects like its delivery cycle, quality assembly and optimal return policy. Here are four mistakes you should avoid when starting a subscription box service.
We take a look at some of the ways the packaging industry is moving forward with sustainability in this issue. We also cover how one company is dealing with the cardboard shortage, and why some cardboard, namely from pizza boxes, may not need to be tossed into the garbage.