The La Granja de la Abuela Pilar egg packaging looks to embody the heritage inspiration of the farm to help identify the quality product within.
Designed by Nueve Estudio in Spain, the La Granja de la Abuela Pilar packaging for its free-range eggs draws on the imagery of a rural farm. Putting a cross-stitched hen as the mascot image for the brand helps to reinforce the rusticity of the brand and convey this notion to the end consumer.
Consumer preferences have distinctly shifted in recent years because of diet trends and social movements that favor products that are created and sold without harm to animals. The La Granja de la Abuela Pilar egg packaging looks to balance the line between being a product that's able to be placed in a store, but still convey the natural nature of the product within.
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