• Transform magazine
  • December 11, 2017

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A single malt double act

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Whisky is one of those rare products that spans the pricing scale from the most affordable to the peaks of luxury. Designing packaging and branding for products from the same distillery, but those that reflect both ends of th...

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Packaging roundup: bread, bars and coffee beans

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This autumn has seen many food brands unveil new packaging. Here is a closer look at three recent rebrands in the food and drink sector...

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Sowing the seeds for instant mash brand

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In the United States, the state of Idaho is synonymous with the potato. The ‘Grown in Idaho’ designation has achieved awareness across the country. And Idahoan Foods has used that to its advantage in the development and sale...

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Peer perspectives: Minute Maid

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Coca-Cola’s Minute Maid leads the pack in packaged juice. But a broad brand portfolio required a new, consistent approach. Is the fresh brand and packaging as fresh as Minute Maid’s 100% juice products? JP Hunter analyses the...

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Classic British tea and coffee brand unveils art-focused rebrand

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Homes and offices across the UK probably have a box of Yorkshire Tea stashed in their cupboards. With a market share of 21.7%, it is a challenger brand making headway against industry stalwarts, PG Tips and Twinings. But York...

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A rebrand worth its Saxa salt

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‘Pass the salt’ is perhaps one of the most common requests heard among a group of people enjoying a meal together. And, if the meal is taking place in the UK, chances are the salt being passed is Saxa. First established in 19...

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Packaging, disrupted

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The FMCG sector is facing a massive digital disruption. How are brands responding to changes in online retail, targetting strategies and packaging design? Brittany Golob investigates...

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Rice rebrand goes against the grain

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It began simply; with a relative asking founder Moni Varma to import basmati rice, a rarity in Britain in the 1980s. The need inspired Varma, who helped run a steel company in his native Malawi, to begin a rice business in th...

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Aromatic appeal in Patak's new sub-brand

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Britain has long been in the throes of a love affair with curry. Since the first restaurant serving Indian food, the Hindoostane Coffee House, opened in London in 1810 in Marylebone, curry dishes and its accompaniments were p...

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Modern and traditional melt into one in chocolate branding

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Many things that were popular in the past, become so again decades later. That’s why once-trendy shoes shouldn’t be given away without a thought for the future. For British confectionery, beloved brands of the past often carr...

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