Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

479° Popcorn

Updated on January 2nd, 2011  |  
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479° Popcorn

Designed by The Engine Room | Country: United States

“San Francisco-based, The Engine Room, Inc., has just launched this packaging extension for artisan popcorn maker 479° Popcorn. Now that 479° has made its mark as a higher end snack, a new pouch style container has been developed to hit a lower price point, facilitate a stronger wholesale push and reach a broader audience. The Engine Room adapted the original 6-sided box style to this 3-sided pouch, though maintaining the distinguishing minimalism of the brand identity.”

479° Popcorn

479° Popcorn

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479° Popcorn

Designed by The Engine Room | Country: United States

“San Francisco-based, The Engine Room, Inc., has just launched this packaging extension for artisan popcorn maker 479° Popcorn. Now that 479° has made its mark as a higher end snack, a new pouch style container has been developed to hit a lower price point, facilitate a stronger wholesale push and reach a broader audience. The Engine Room adapted the original 6-sided box style to this 3-sided pouch, though maintaining the distinguishing minimalism of the brand identity.”

479° Popcorn

479° Popcorn

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