Tacie's Kitchen Branding Exudes a Citrus, Savory Appeal

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 10, 2011 • References: tacieskitchen & thedieline
Small businesses without an established consumer base have to package their products carefully, and Tacie's Kitchen branding demonstrates the delectable way in which new customers can be enticed.

Designed by Backbone Media, the Colorado company's salsa and tea towel labeling give the two items a truly edible appearance, founding an appealing standard for the image of more commodities to come. They've opted for a minimal green sticker and a clean black typeface to give each article an uncomplicated look. The salsa packaging is spiced up with a small red chili icon, while the tea towels are marked with a small orange hand.

Simplicity is key for the business's first two products, because it epitomizes the focus of their stock. Tacie's Kitchen branding exudes artisan from the minimalist image, and will stand out amidst the overwhelming intricacies of embellished shelf top packages. Stats for Palatable Lime Green Packaging Trending: Older & Mild
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