Brand Snapshot November 17
A look at the latest releases from retailers' favourite brands including GU, Warburtons and Ginsters
Blu has added eight flavours to its range of e-liquids. Additions to the 10ml £4.99 bottled range include Tropic Tonic and Vanilla Crème.
Retailers can now access a range of mobile-optimised images of the Cathedral City range to add to their social media and websites.
Dairy Crest has updated the packaging and logo across its entire range of Country Life block and spreadable packs.
Shoppers can now buy festive Ginsters sandwiches. Christmas Cracker and Cranberry, Wensleydale & Bacon are priced £3.50 and £3 respectively.
Mars has launched the first ever TV advert for its Goodness Knows bars. The adverts, part of a £4.6m spend, are also being shown online.
Guinness has extended its range with limited edition prints across its 440ml cans. Each pack will come with illustrations by artist John Gilroy.
Warburtons will rebrand its Newburn Bakehouse Free From to Gluten Free from 15 January. The revamped range contains wraps and crumpets.
Noble Dessert Holdings’ latest TV campaign places the spotlight on the Gü Puds desserts range. The advert is part of a £1.5m marketing spend.
Pernod Ricard has revamped packaging across its Jacob’s Creek range. The branding rolled out this month includes larger logos.
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