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product news: KP Nuts refreshes packaging

15 April, 2016

KP Nuts is looking to spearhead category growth with a packaging upgrade and a new modern look.

The new design is available in upgraded foil packaging, with the KP golden rays that surround the KP logo enhanced to give stronger stand out on shelf.

Furthermore, in a response to demand for improved functionality on KP Nutsí sharing bags, a re-close label on larger packs (270g and 450g) has also been introduced so that consumers can easily store away for another occasion.

Catering to the needs of the convenience channel, the brand has launched its Chilli flavour in a new 50g pack and introduced a £1 price-marked pack range, available across its Original Salted, Dry Roasted, Salt & Vinegar and Chilli variants.

Matt Collins, trading controller convenience, KP Snacks commented: ďBeing eye-catching on the shelf is key on such a busy and often, complex fixture. While we want to maintain the brandís heritage and popularity in the sector, itís important for us to keep moving forward and stay relevant to todayís consumer. The new packaging with its modern design and metallic edging really delivers on this, ensuring the KP brand acts as a beacon for the nut category.

ďAs part of an on-going commitment to product improvements for our market leading brands, our higher grade of film wrap on all our packs ensures every nut that reaches our consumers is the best possible quality, delivering the perfect taste. Our new 50g pack and £1 PMP range are perfect for convenience retailers to target the top-up shop mission and offer loyal consumers great value for their money.Ē

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