Design a sleeve for a food container
- Status: Closed
- Præmier: $100
- Modtagne indlæg: 15
- Vinder: VrushaliSingh
I am looking to design a sleeve for a food container. The concept is for foods from around the world to be sold in a convenience pack from supermarket freezers.
For example, we can have dishes fom Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka etc...
I am looking to design a unique and attractive package that will immediately stand out in the freezer.
It will need to
FRONT OF PACK (our preferred colours are blue and white)
I am attaching a slide from a recent business presentation we did. This could be used as an example of the kinds of colours we like. PLEASE DO NOT JUST USE THIS TO BUILD THE DESIGN AS IT WILL BE REJECTED. YOU HAVE TO BE ORIGINAL
1. Contain our logo, which is attached
2. Contain an image of the dish. In this example please use a chicken Korma
3. Contain the name of the dish - Chicken Korma Dal Puri
4. In smaller font write 'with mango chutney'
5. Contain the flag of the country where that dish is from (use India in this example)
BACK OF PACK
6. Space reserved for the ingredients list at the back - Korma Paste (Green chili, Lemongrass, Garlic, Salt, Galangal, Shrimp paste (Shrimp, Salt), Kaffir lime peel, Coriander seed, Pepper, Cumin, Turmeric), Fish, Coconut Milk, Chicken Broth, Eggplant, Snow Peas, Carrots, Red Capsicum, Sugar, Fish Sauce, Lime leaves, Lime Juice
7. Space reserved for nutritional facts (6 cms x 4 cms) Attached
8. Space reserved for the barcode - attached
9. Space reserved for heating instructions – I want the instructions to have both text and graphic (an example of how it could look is attached as 'Back of Pack')
a. Remove sleeve and open lid
b. Remove the 2 pairs of Dal Puri and set aside
c. Remove mango chutney and set aside
d. Replace lid and heat for 4 mins on high in standard domestic microwave
e. Remove container from microwave and heat 2 pairs of dal puri for 90 secs
f. Heat mango chutney for 15 secs
g. Place in container and enjoy
10. Space reserved for ‘The story of me’ – ‘Korma has its roots in the Mughlai cuisine of the Indian subcontinent. A characteristic Mughal dish, it can be traced back to the 16th century and to the Mughal incursions into the region. Kormas were often prepared in the Mughal court kitchens, such as the famous white korma, perhaps garnished with vark, said to have been served to Shah Jahan and his guests at the inauguration of the Taj Mahal’
11. The sides of the packs are to have the name and a photo of the dish on side A and maybe the store of the dish on side B
Dimensions and specs are attached
Please present in flat pack as per word document and in 3d as per attached