Posts tagged with: Health

Longtime peddler of high-fructose corn syrup, 7-11 now serves healthy food in brightly lit, clean stores. Why, you ask? To capture the millennial and female demographics, of course.

The new store layout and signage strategy by Ohio–based WD Partners highlights healthier snacks and freshly made food over microwaveable nachos and sodas.

A vast improvement from the candy saturated, dingy stores of the past. See for yourself.

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While Mayor Bloomberg and other government officials have fought to include calories counters on food products and restaurant fare, early reports have shown that the displays have not dissuaded hungry consumers. Some blame America's consumption culture, however researchers at UNC believe that the average eater doesn't entirely understand calorie counting and needs a real world solution to track their daily intake.

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Bolthouse Carrots has gotten inspired by junk food with their new Shake n’ Bake style treat.  In an effort to get attention from teens, the carrot company has decided to go the direction of processed foods with its “Eat Em’ Like Junk Food” campaign.  The Bolthouse Shakedown packaging contains ranch seasonings that can be shook to coat the carrots inside.  To accompany the new teen-centric product come rowdy pool party ads that feature the snack getting tossed around, much like you would imagine Doritos or a candy bar.

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19 April 2012

Can design save lives?

Omada Health thinks so. The startup merges social networking, design and digital to create a program for people with prediabetes to reduce their risk of converting to diabetes.

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