sugar-free puddings

(11 Posts)
aly247 Mon 10-Aug-15 14:50:32

I run a small company based in Brixton and we make recognisable, British puddings (with recognisable ingredients). We have just switched out all of the refined sugar for raw honey or xylitol. I would love feedback on our packaging designs, i.e which one looks to be more quirky, British and appealing to you, the lovely general public, who we know want to eat more healthily, but without having to give up too much of the things you love.
Thank you.

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gordonpym Tue 11-Aug-15 01:59:28

The black label.
(I hate the one with the woman )

calamitySloeGin Tue 11-Aug-15 03:21:28

I like the blue, then black. Dislike Queen Victoria one - she looks stodgy!

whois Tue 11-Aug-15 18:14:28

The blue one is my fav by far.

cathyandclaire Tue 11-Aug-15 18:27:25

Black then blue then Vic (hate it too)

pomegranatesandfilms Tue 11-Aug-15 18:29:03

White and blue.

Daffodil1210 Tue 11-Aug-15 18:33:06

White and blue is the best one IMO.

Scoobydoo8 Tue 11-Aug-15 18:50:20

The black one looks like a police helmets medallion

But I'm old so maybe that doesn't matter.
I would have an Edwardian cook holding a large pudding something like the pic.

TripTrapTripTrapOverTheBridge Thu 13-Aug-15 21:41:42

Deffo not the Queen Victoria one, you don't want a miserable looking woman advertising something meant to be enjoyable wink

The black one may not suit the product.

I'd go with the blue and white one.

If you do want a figure in it, I would go with the suggestion of an Edwardian cook, or similar.

MamaVikki Sat 22-Aug-15 19:58:28

I like the sound of your puddings! My daughter has Type 1 diabetes so this would be ideal. Do you have carbohydrate information on your puddings? Do you sell them in Scotland?

Re the logo: If I had to choose then I would go with the blue one. But personally I would go back to the drawing board. I would opt for a modern take on the British theme as it's a modern product with a traditional base. Who buys your puddings? I would have thought that your target audience would prefer a more modern/fresh look - but that's just my opinion!

BIWI Mon 14-Sep-15 15:56:22

If you're using honey then these aren't sugar-free ...

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