Parker ProductsAs Parker Products launched a significant transition in their distribution model and product line, they approached us for their first major brand refresh since their founding in 1926 by I.C. Parker, creator of the “Drumstick” ice cream novelty. Strategy After conducting a thorough competitive and industry review, surveying stakeholders, […]
Virginia DareVirginia Dare had branding that dated back most of a century, and a set of marketing assets that, while not quite that old, weren’t serving the company well. As a leader in the food industry for flavors, Virginia Dare knew they couldn’t entrust their brand to just anyone — […]
Novel IngredientsNovel Ingredients engaged us as their nutraceutical branding partner shortly after a leadership change. New leadership had developed a business strategy aimed to move the company from its previous model as a specialized ingredient supplier to a more value-added position as a vertically integrated partner. Working as their external […]
Our relationship with Bunge North America, one of the world’s largest ingredient companies, has been a long and fruitful one. Our deep knowledge of the industry and their business has helped us define opportunities for them and allowed us to respond quickly to their needs, making us a partner for both their business strategy and marketing efforts. As the food industry partner for Bunge branding in North America, we’re thrilled to support their continued growth.
Carolina Innovative Food IngredientsCarolina Innovative Food Ingredients (or, as we lovingly call them, CIFI) came to MarketPlace without much more than a logo, a name, and an exciting product: American-made sweet potato ingredients, the first of their kind. Our challenge? To introduce this appealing-but-unknown ingredient brand to the industry.Strategy For […]
Hey Boo Jams, a startup bringing Srikaya (Indonesian coconut jam) to the United States, had a great brand and product, but needed visual assets and a social strategy to help get traction in the market. After tasting their delicious jams, we were happy to say “hey, brand!” to Hey Boo.
Prairie FarmsLost market share and a compromised position are symptoms. They indicate, more than anything else, a lack of health at a company’s most fundamental level: the brand level. For one major Midwest dairy cooperative, the dilution of its 70-year-old identity required a full-service approach to its brand to keep […]