Freestones Cereal – Branding and packaging design.

The brief.

Freestone’s is the birth child of Kate Freestone, formerly the Founder of highly successful Rude Health, whose love of natural food and nostalgia of growing up in idyllic Somerset surrounded by nature’s ingredients, inspired this PR guru to enter into the organic cereal realm and launch her third cereal brand to market.

Slice Design were given the challenge to create a clear brand identity and packaging graphics in order to help Freestone’s stand out amongst stiff competitors and hone in on the rich authenticity of the brand

Branding / Packaging Design / Naming

Our Approach.

Healthy eating doesn’t have to come at the expense of great taste, which is the reason “Why compromise?” features on pack as a sub strap to highlight this very point. 

We wanted to create a clear brand identity which was rooted in the respect for the craft of the product; which is 100% organic, free of all nasties including sugar, salt and wheat, small batch and 100% home grown grains – always.

The Result.

Batch numbers were incorporated on the front of pack design to cue the hand made process, allowing the different mixes to be easily identified.

Key areas to highlight within the design included the product being 100% certified organic, sourced within the UK, small batch and home grown grains.

What The Client Said.

“Slice Design were an absolute pleasure to work with. I cannot thank the team enough. They clearly listened to what the brand meant to me, capturing the true essence of Freestone’s and then translating this clearly onto pack. At each and every stage of the design process, they communicated the ideas behind the designs produced and were happy to incorporate any additional feedback with no problems. I’m thrilled with end pack designs, Slices’ can-do attitude was unbelievably refreshing, and how the studio maintains a ‘nothing is a problem’ mentality is a breath of fresh air!”. Kate added, “Slice is a perfect working example of teamwork at it’s best!”

Kate Freestone – Owner

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