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Pearlfisher Creates New Baby Food Brand For Russian Market

Pearlfisher Creates New Baby Food Brand For Russian Market
May 19
10:38 2014

Pearlfisher has created Sami-s-Usami, a new game-changing brand that revolutionises the Russian baby-food market. The work spans brand strategy, portfolio architecture, identity design, naming, art direction, packaging design, website design and brand communications.

Sami-s-Usami, meaning ‘we are wise by ourselves’, is a new brand and range of products created by Umnitsa, one of Russia’s most trusted and progressive baby-food companies, targeted to price conscious yet aspirational Russian mums. In addition, it is the brand of choice for a growing segment of health-conscious consumers who use baby-food, specifically fruit and vegetable based purees, to supplement their diet.

Rory Fegan, Pearlfisher Brand Strategy Director, comments: “The Russian baby-food market is rapidly growing and full of increasingly sophisticated international players. The challenge with traditional local baby-food brands is they are functional, old-fashioned and lack taste appeal; and as a result they do not generate the same engagement or trust as foreign brands.”

Rory Fegan continues: “We identified the opportunity to create an aspirational, affordable and emotional brand for the under-exploited value segment which does not play by the rules. We created Sami-s-Usami – a brand inspired by foreign design cues – to reassure mums and communicate baby-food in a modern and navigable way. Sami-s-Usami puts baby-food at the centre of the family’s attention and evolves the baby-food world from protective and functional to playful, tasty and engaging.”

Jeannette Clayton, Pearlfisher Design Director, comments: “Our big idea, ‘Play with your food’ inspired all our design and communications solutions. Understanding food should be fun and engaging, the design execution, both on-pack and online, is bold, colourful and alive, communicating vibrancy, entertainment and tasty naturalness in an emotional yet reassuring way. The moustache device signifies the key ingredients across the entire portfolio of 70 SKUs including pouches, juices and cereal boxes, in addition to enabling playful interaction between adult and child at mealtimes. In addition, a series of illustrated characters including a chef, a butcher and a fishmonger who live on pack and come alive online, represent the quality of the ingredients within.”

Pearlfisher is an international independent brand design consultancy specialising in the creation and communication of some of the world’s most iconic and challenger brands.

With studios in London and New York, we work on a global scale with some of the world’s leading companies, such as The Coca Cola Company, Mondelez, Waitrose, Unilever and The Absolut Company, to create commercial success for their brands through compelling brand design and brandworld expressions. For further information visit www.pearlfisher.com.

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