Saltmine Design Group Improves MeadowLea’s Look

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Sydney brand design agency, Saltmine Design Group, has announced two new projects for client Goodman Fielder’s MeadowLea brand.

Saltmine’s strategy resulted in a fresh visual identity, featuring a yellow swirl which changes out on each variant to connote the indulgent product on the pack.

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Saltmine’s next brief from MeadowLea was for the new MeadowLea Breakfast Twists range.

MeadowLea Breakfast Twist are introducing three ‘twists’ flavours (chocolate, caramel and cinnamon).

Saltmine created a character for each flavour: The Caramel Crumpet Bear, Cinnamon Pancake Face and Chocolate Robot Toast feature on the tub packaging, as well as the tub inner liner.

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Goodman Fielder senior brand manager, Jacqueline Nalder, said: “The MeadowLea Twists and Buttery jobs were the first time we’ve worked with Saltmine on the brand.  I think they really understood our brief and we’re delighted with the result.”

 

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