October 2008
Checkout;Oct2008, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p89
The article reports on the favorable year for Dynamo, fast moving consumer good (FMCG) brand design consultant in Ireland. The company has developed over 10% of the brands featured in "Checkout" Top 100 for 2008 like Avonmore Fresh Soups, up 20 places to No. 66. Other successful brands developed were Tayto's Velvet Crunch, King Crisps and the Avonmore fresh milk and cream redesign. In addition, the studio is also busy with Superquinn Ltd., coming up with their roll-out of own label food brands.


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