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SMPL Packaging Design

by Casha Doemland on 10/17/2018 | 2 Minute Read

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SMPL Superfood Bites reaches out to Interact Boulder to create their minimalistic, yet chic packaging that features black and white stripes, the logo and a pop of pastel color on the bottom to decipher the flavors. 

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"Interact Boulder was approached to develop a name, branding and packaging for SMPL Superfood Bites, a start-up whole food bite product developed by Ellis Fried, a student at the University of Michigan. With the premise that you are the brands you buy, the intention was to create a visual aesthetic that affirms that snacking is a lifestyle fashion statement. The name SMPL was chosen to communicate the clean ingredient deck as well as the on-the-go convenience factor. All of the packages and caddies flow seamlessly together and create an impactful brand block on shelf while still creating clear distinction between flavors."

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"Tired of throwing away half-eaten energy bars filled with sugar and anything-but-simple ingredients, the founder was determined to create a more convenient way to consume truly nutritious organic foods. SMPL has always believed food should be: organic, convenient, zero sugar added, look good & taste good.

SMPL has just been picked up by SoulCycle, MatchaBar and Alo Yoga in New York City and now shipping nationwide at livesmpl.us."

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