Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food

Updated on July 29th, 2022  |  
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Designed by: Studio Cadmus | Country: Portugal

Founded in 1942, Minerva is known for its diverse flavors and range of recipes. Only select fresh fish is used to prepare these fantastic canned meals. The canned food is cooked only using traditional methods, surprising “the most demanding palate.”

Studio Cadmus mentions:

The company values ​​a healthy eating option for everyday life that, in addition to doing you good, is very tasty, practical and versatile. At Poveira we are fully committed to the responsible use of marine resources, with a view to protecting the sustainability of fisheries, as well as preserving nature.”

Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food

The packaging

Minerva, the goddess of wisdom, art, excellence, war, justice, school, and commerce, “is the patron of the premium brand” and can be seen in the packaging. The goddess transmits her value in the product and the packaging.

It’s about elegant, minimalist, ironic, vintage, innovative, romantic packaging and more. What they certainly have in common is their aesthetic beauty, a factor that cannot be underestimated considering the age we are living in.”

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Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food

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Designed by: Studio Cadmus | Country: Portugal

Founded in 1942, Minerva is known for its diverse flavors and range of recipes. Only select fresh fish is used to prepare these fantastic canned meals. The canned food is cooked only using traditional methods, surprising “the most demanding palate.”

Studio Cadmus mentions:

The company values ​​a healthy eating option for everyday life that, in addition to doing you good, is very tasty, practical and versatile. At Poveira we are fully committed to the responsible use of marine resources, with a view to protecting the sustainability of fisheries, as well as preserving nature.”

Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food
Studio Cadmus Creates The Packaging Design For Minerva Canned Food

The packaging

Minerva, the goddess of wisdom, art, excellence, war, justice, school, and commerce, “is the patron of the premium brand” and can be seen in the packaging. The goddess transmits her value in the product and the packaging.

It’s about elegant, minimalist, ironic, vintage, innovative, romantic packaging and more. What they certainly have in common is their aesthetic beauty, a factor that cannot be underestimated considering the age we are living in.”

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