• Transform magazine
  • October 21, 2018

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Allergen free, but personality packed ice cream brand developed

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Once a frozen wasteland for those with dietary requirements, London’s streets boasted innumerable gelato and ice cream shops. However, the presence of nuts, dairy, gluten, soy and eggs in most frozen treats meant many were lef...

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Mr Kipling's cake is for life, not just for birthdays

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Cake is like pizza; even when it’s bad, it’s still pretty good. But when the craving strikes and consumers browse the supermarket isles overwhelmed by choice, it’s not flavour that will lure them in, it’s packaging....

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Weight Watchers loses the weight to become WW

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Often, brands that begin as pioneers in their industries, that become the trendsetters and leading voices, fizzle out over time. If they fail to reinvent themselves or fail to adapt to new customer needs or simply, fail. But t...

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Dunkin' drops Donuts, still has doughnuts

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According to Research and Markets, a market tracking and research organisation, global consumption of doughnuts is expected to rise by 5.47% by 2021. Anecdotally, artisan doughnut stands are popping up in markets and neighbour...

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Oreo and Cadbury tempt consumers with sugar-induced joy

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Snacks may not bring happiness, but they can definitely help. The perfect companion to a hot cup of tea on a rainy afternoon, Oreo and Cadbury haven't become two of the most well-known snack brands for no reason....

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Periods, repackaged

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From surfer slang to Alicia Silverstone in Clueless to cartoon character Betty Boop, the name ‘Betty’ has become associated with femininity. Now in the UK, it’s becoming associated with feminine hygiene....

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McCormick spices things up in new pack designs

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Every home cook knows that good spices means big flavours. From smoky, yellow turmeric to fiery, red cayenne pepper to earthy, warm cumin, spices play a big role in people’s lives. As a product, spice canisters are a tangible,...

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British brand introduces safari-themed coffee packaging

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In its Christmas 2017 ‘Coffees of the World’ gift set, UK coffee and tea purveyor Whittard of Chelsea highlighted retro-inspired illustrations of animals local to the places in which its coffee derives. The square-packaged gro...

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Tradition meets forward trajectory in Carlsberg's global rebrand

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When visiting the home of Danish beer Carlsberg in Copenhagen, its history, heritage and position in the world’s pantheon of lager is affirmed. The original brewery still stands near the centre of the Danish capital, proudly e...

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Coca-Cola GB packaing updated in response to sugar tax

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Coca-Cola’s glass bottle shape is a design icon. It is one of the few packaging shapes that is immediately and easily recognisable around the world, even when it doesn’t bear the Coca-Cola logo. Its place in design history is...

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