MegaMex Foods Celebrates 10th Anniversary with New Logo

MegaMex Foods, a major player in the $6.5 billion Mexican foods category, is marking its 10th anniversary by unveiling a new corporate logo and mission statement, “Reimagining Mexican Flavor”. Headquartered in Orange County, California, the business was founded in 2009 as a joint venture between two big names in the food industry, Hormel Foods in […]
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Ice Cream Brand Yorica! Given New Look by Brandon

Design consultancy Brandon has refreshed the logo and identity for London ‘free-from’ ice-cream parlour, Yorica! The business, which first opened in 2016 selling ice-creams that are claimed to be free from all 14 major allergens, has recently made the shift from gelateria into the supermarket retail trade. “Yorica! has a very distinctive 1960s-inspired free-spirit identity […]
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Pentagram Creates New Identity and Branding for Snap Kitchen

Pentagram’s Paula Scher and her team have created a new brand identity for take-away chain Snap Kitchen. The launch of the new identity is being introduced with the Austin-based company’s expansion to the East Coast, where it is opening seven new locations in Philadelphia this year. The new Snap Kitchen logo pairs a wordmark with […]
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Branding and Packaging Design for ‘t.lovers’

t.boutique and t.bar is a combination of tea shop and tea bar for a new brand of tea called “t”. Run by meta-company t.lovers, the business operates under the motto “handpicked happiness”, with the aim being to spur a new kind of tea culture. Visitors to the shop, which is located in a part of […]
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Pearlfisher Creates New Look for Single Serving Desserts

Pearlfisher’s New York office has created the brand strategy, identity, packaging, and website design for Just Enough of a (Very) Good Thing, a new single serving dessert offering for adults. Just Enough of a (Very) Good Thing comes in six flavours, including Key Lime, Chocolate & Vanilla, Tiramisu and Lemon Cream. In a category where […]
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