Marmite has introduced a number of special-edition packaging designs that draw attention to the fact that it makes a breakfast spread that is either loved or hated by people—and its newest seasonal release introduces limited-edition packages for Halloween for the polarizing condiment.
For just a few weeks this October, the collectible Marmite jars are available in 'Trick' and 'Treat' editions that can be easily ordered online and personalized to either "petrify a Marmite hater" or "spoil a Marmite lover." While the spooky, green-hued Trick Marmite packaging is touted as a "poison," the Treat Marmite jar is branded as a "potion" with a rosy pink label that crafts an entirely different image around the same product.
With a heightened demand for personalized packaging, brands are finding fun ways to engage consumers, boost sales and build customer loyalty.
Marmite Launched Limited-Edition Trick and Treat Packages for Halloween
1. Personalized Packaging - Brands are realizing the importance of personalized packaging and are finding creative ways to boost sales and customer loyalty.
2. Seasonal Limited Editions - Releasing limited-edition packaging for seasonal occasions is proving to be an effective marketing strategy for brands.
3. Branding with Contradictions - Brands that use contradictory or polarizing branding elements can create buzz and intrigue around their products.
1. Food and Beverage - Food and beverage companies can benefit from releasing seasonal limited editions and using personalized packaging to boost sales and customer loyalty.
2. Retail - Retailers can leverage personalized packaging and creative limited-edition releases to create a unique and engaging shopping experience for customers.
3. Marketing and Advertising - Marketing and advertising agencies can work with brands to develop unique, polarizing branding elements that create intrigue and generate buzz around products.