To realize its new positioning aspirations following its rebrand, the newly named Bart Ingredients Company developed a new brand built around strong packaging aesthetics and superior functionality. Marketing messaging and merchandizing were also refreshed to focus on product usage scenarios. Bart saw a strong return on investment following its rebrand.
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- Why is The Bart Ingredients Company considered a compelling case study?
- What consumer insights and innovation highlights underpin the company's rebranding success?
Bart needed to establish a stronger, differentiated position in a burgeoning market benefiting from a resurgence in culinary exploration and cooking-at-home. An innovative, well-designed bottle and utility-enhancing dual-cap closure improved brand engagement.
Design features should add utility and aesthetic value. Bart's award-winning pack shows that brand packaging is integral to the overall brand experience.