This 7-Eleven Fast Food Packaging Gets a Typographic Treatment

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Jul 22, 2013 • References: & thedieline
BVD Stockholm re-imagined fast food packaging for 7-Eleven and Press­byrån, making it easier for people grabbing lunch on the go to see that they are getting a healthy meal.

The new packaging exposes part of the salads, wraps and sandwiches it contains, letting people gauge its freshness. The labelling features a bold typographic treatment, color-coding ingredients and making the contents of each meal easily readable. The minimal packaging also clearly communicates the number of calories in each, so that diet-conscious eaters are well aware of what they are indulging in.

This beautiful fast food packaging hardly seems like something you'd find at your local corner store, but it is a welcome addition to 7-Eleven stores in Sweden and hopefully, a design that will make its way to the North American market. Stats for Upscale Corner Store Packaging Trending: Older & Warm
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