Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Student Work – Stephanie Hughes

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Designed by Stephanie Hughes | Country: United States

“Fuego Hot Sauce is an authentic & engaging way to spice up your dishes. Each blend has a different heat level and flavor that pairs with a variety of food. The Fuego Heat Guide and Recipe book explains the background of each pepper and suggests recipes that correspond with each unique flavor level on the Scoville Heat Scale. I wanted to evoke the authentic feel of the sauces and showcase their natural colors and flavors. By giving the product a sturdy bottle and hearty labeling system, people can feel confident using the product and know exactly what level they use according to their color and scaling system.”

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