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Tacotarian Packaging Proposal

Tacotarian Packaging Proposal


Kristen Corral and her team are running a highly successful number of Mexican Vegan Restaurants in Las Vegas, San Diego and other locations in the South West.
The team has now developed a range of shelf-stable meals to be presented to potential retail partners and also sold via DTC channels.

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What are the Immediate Needs?

Using the existing design elements and language from the restaurant brand, we need to develop packaging design that works both on shelf in a retail environment and in DTC.
Elements that need to be created include:
Table 1
Master Packaging Design
This design will create the common elements for all SKUs using one core SKU. Once locked down, all other SKUs will follow the shared brand language.
2 Additional SKUs Packaging Design
The designs clearly communicate that the products come from the same family yet are individual products with their individual ingredient and flavor profiles.
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How do we think about costing

Typically, marketing and design agencies provide a fixed price for their services. We think that’s strange because:
When buying a new car, you can choose your preferred trim level.
When you’re buying a new phone, you can choose the amount of storage you need.
When you’re buying internet services, you can choose your speed.
💡 The choice you make affects the cost of your purchase.
When you invite us to deliver a proposal, we think it’s only fair that we, too, give you choices. On the costing page you will find three different service levels at three different prices.
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