14 Apr, 2022 | 1 minute
It’s nothing new that brands use packaging and concept development to highlight a particular holiday or event through their products. With the market becoming nosier, brands need to be more innovative than ever. As we head into Easter weekend we focus on 5 brands that we believe have made some noise with their Easter-inspired packing and product development.
Chocolate on a stick? Why not. Happi Oat Milk lollies are plant-based, vegan friendly lollies made with oat milk chocolate and are a perfect ‘no-cheat’ treat this Easter.
KitKat Australia has a new range of Easter eggs. What’s the difference? You get one chocolate egg, two KitKat fingers and a chocolate bunny that are packaged in a 100% recyclable box. Avoiding the traditional plastic packaging.
These Jet-Puffed Easter inspired bunny-shaped marshmallows are low in fat and cholesterol and can be enjoyed as a snack, in hot chocolate, around the campfire or even in cereal.
In the spirit of Easter The Grove Distillery has launched a limited-edition batch of rum that has been aged for 4 years and blended with spices, raisins, orange and vanilla flavors. Paired well with a hot cross bun of course.
Dolce & Gabbana have brought back their limited edition Colomba cake this Easter. This collab between D&G and confectioner Fiasconaro brings to the market a typical Colomba Easter cake, packaged in a not so typical designer tin.
If you'd like to find out more about emerging food, beverage and personal care trends in packaging and concept development then get in touch today.
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