Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design

Updated on September 6th, 2022  |  
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Designed by: Sophia Georgopouloulan | Design | Country: Greece

Consumers are growing more and more health conscious every day. Gone are the days when brands could attract customers by glamorizing their products through TV and print commercials. Today, brands have to do more to attract customers. Health-conscious customers today prioritize brands that are sustainable and environmentally friendly.

The food sector has seen a massive shift in recent years. The growing trend of customers relying on healthy food products has grown massively. While “the food universe witnesses a massive shift towards sustainability and ethics,” the ice cream category has remained largely unaffected.

Sophia Georgopouloulan | Design, the creative agency behind the branding and packaging of Plan(e)t Ice Cream, mentions the following about the food category remaining unaffected:

One of the main reasons: it’s really hard to crack the combo of planet-friendliness and pleasure – the core driver behind ice cream. Plan(e)t Foods though have managed to do exactly that: 100% plant-based ice cream, a carbon-negative footprint and natural flavors to die for. Just wow! The tagline says it all: Dairy-free, pleasure-full. The eco-packaging derived exclusively from sugarcane, perfectly complements their proposition.

Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design
Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design
Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design
Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design

The packaging aims at highlighting the brand’s efforts toward protecting the planet. Bright color palettes, chunky typeface, and primal brushstrokes work together to highlight the naturalness of the brand.

“We start with the brand name with the chunky typeface that dominates the pack, creating an overwhelming desire to try the stuff now! This is supported by the broad, primal brushstrokes of raw power. Add to these the (e) that turns ‘plant’ into ‘planet’ through the use of the parentheses – looking like protecting hands holding a seed, suggesting care for the Earth. On the top of these, we have the mark created by the coming together of a planet and open hands. The end-result looks like a tree but is also reminiscent of the peace sign – denoting care/ethics and purity/naturalness at the same time. The brand is now ready to do a little good to our planet, one splendid spoonful at a time. New Flavors!” 

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Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design

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Designed by: Sophia Georgopouloulan | Design | Country: Greece

Consumers are growing more and more health conscious every day. Gone are the days when brands could attract customers by glamorizing their products through TV and print commercials. Today, brands have to do more to attract customers. Health-conscious customers today prioritize brands that are sustainable and environmentally friendly.

The food sector has seen a massive shift in recent years. The growing trend of customers relying on healthy food products has grown massively. While “the food universe witnesses a massive shift towards sustainability and ethics,” the ice cream category has remained largely unaffected.

Sophia Georgopouloulan | Design, the creative agency behind the branding and packaging of Plan(e)t Ice Cream, mentions the following about the food category remaining unaffected:

One of the main reasons: it’s really hard to crack the combo of planet-friendliness and pleasure – the core driver behind ice cream. Plan(e)t Foods though have managed to do exactly that: 100% plant-based ice cream, a carbon-negative footprint and natural flavors to die for. Just wow! The tagline says it all: Dairy-free, pleasure-full. The eco-packaging derived exclusively from sugarcane, perfectly complements their proposition.

Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design
Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design
Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design
Plan(e)t Plant-Based Ice Cream Packaging Design

The packaging aims at highlighting the brand’s efforts toward protecting the planet. Bright color palettes, chunky typeface, and primal brushstrokes work together to highlight the naturalness of the brand.

“We start with the brand name with the chunky typeface that dominates the pack, creating an overwhelming desire to try the stuff now! This is supported by the broad, primal brushstrokes of raw power. Add to these the (e) that turns ‘plant’ into ‘planet’ through the use of the parentheses – looking like protecting hands holding a seed, suggesting care for the Earth. On the top of these, we have the mark created by the coming together of a planet and open hands. The end-result looks like a tree but is also reminiscent of the peace sign – denoting care/ethics and purity/naturalness at the same time. The brand is now ready to do a little good to our planet, one splendid spoonful at a time. New Flavors!” 

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