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Category Archives: Labeling
Oops. Once again, an over-zealous quest to be “bold and attention-grabbing,” a marketer (a BIG ONE) didn’t keep how real people might perceive things front and center. Coke’s current “oops” with its White Christmas, WHITE WWF/ “Save the Polar Bear’s … Continue reading
A recent design program sponsored by UC Berkeley’s School of Journalism and Good Magazine has come up with an intriguing winner. In an attempt to rethink the black and white nutrition label, designer Renee Walker used color and ingredient proportions … Continue reading
A month ago I wrote about the new front-of-package labeling that we are now beginning to see on store shelves. This new blue box, called Nutrition Keys was developed by the Grocery Manufacturers Association and the Food Marketing Institute, two … Continue reading
Food Manufacturers might be forced to introduce new front-of-package labeling if the FDA gets its way. The FDA will be releasing new guidelines in early 2011 for food manufacturers to follow that are intended to give consumers more useful, uniform and clearer nutritional … Continue reading