Brand Packaging

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March 1, 2006

March 2006


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BRAND PACKAGING

THE INTEGRATION
PUZZLE:
Piecing Together
the
Marketing “Whole”

Cover story
- Integration: When Pieces Of The Marketing Puzzle Look Better As A Whole
The explosion of marketing options brought about by new media has created a greater need for marketers to deploy more integrated, consistent messaging across many channels and campaigns.

EMERGING TECHNOLOGY
- Is Intelligent Food Packaging Approaching?

OUTSIDE THE BOX
- Advanced Toothpaste Delivery System
- Finding Comfort In The Past
Some brands are finding success by cutting through the clutter of modern life and transporting consumers back to a simpler time.
- How To “Clearly” Win
To capture consumer attention in an increasingly crowded marketplace, marketers are relying on transparency as well as broader color palettes to do the trick.
- How “Good” Is Your Brand?
Can packaging help brands balance style and ethics to win the “goodness” war?
- Del Monte Offers Green Consumers Compostable Alternatives
Del Monte will transition about half of all fresh-cut produce to compostable containers made from corn by the end of this year.
- Winning At Retail: Why Getting On-Shelf Is Just The Beginning
With the advent of consolidation, 10 percent of the biggest retailers now account for 80 percent of the average manufacturer’s business. We offer marketers four action steps to develop a “performance alliance” with retailers and win at retail.

BRAND NEW
- New Sargento Packaging Elicits Brand Passion
Sargento’s recent packaging makeover is the result of a two-year research initiative to more deeply communicate brand identity.
- Brewers Tap A More Refined Market
The beer industry has initiated a marketing effort to elevate its image among women and “white collar” consumers, and packaging plays a key role.

MARKET DRIVEN
- The French (Rabbit) Revolution, Continuous Spray: It’s All In The Family and more...

FOLLOWING UP
- Following Up On Developing Trends

EDITORIAL
- The Sincerest Form Of Flattery?

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