Kasza na raz is a brand that is addressed to young people, both those who are busy and those who travel a lot. It is distinguished from other brands by its unique, custom packaging. Let’s take a closer look at him!
Custom product packaging Kasza na raz
Groats at once is a product aimed at people who do not have time to prepare meals, but want to eat healthily. Snacks made from barley groats, bulgur and couscous are packed in interesting custom packaging. You can take a small box with you on a mountain trip and prepare a healthy and wholesome meal from it.
What distinguishes a custom packaging of Kasza na raz?
What distinguishes the custom packaging of Kasza na raz time Polish brand Zielone Poczta Kwiatowa? There it is:
- simple – the design consists of a dark background, simple fonts and colourful images of products that contain porridge at a time, e.g. almonds, raspberries, bananas, cashew nuts, eggplant or sunflower,
- clearly and legibly marked – what is immediately noticeable is the inscription vegan – it is especially important for people who want to eat healthily and eat meatless products,
- printed from many different sides – after turning the box sideways (e.g. in order to place it on a shelf) a colourful likeness of fruits and additions appears again and the composition of the snack printed in white font,
- small – the box looks as if there is a small board game hidden inside, e.g. a card game.
Other branded packaging Green Concept
Apart from Kasza na raz, the Green Concept also offers its customers nutritious, 100% plant soups made from such ingredients as dried tomatoes, lentils, green peas or zucchini. They are also packed in interesting small boxes. These are colourful for a change and have a recipe for a healthy vegan soup at the back.
The box has been additionally printed with the inscription “Cook with head”, which encourages to buy healthy products Green Concept. The colouring refers to the type of vegetables used to make the soup – chickpeas and lentils are packed in orange boxes, green vegetables are bound by green cardboard, and tomato soup can be purchased in a box with a juicy red colour.
And what do you think of this design? Does a Polish brand have a chance to conquer not only its home market?