Jovial, Award-Winning Maker of Allergen-Friendly, Italian Foods Debuts New Packaging

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January, 2022 — Jovial, the beloved brand of artisan-crafted, allergen-friendly, and Italian-rooted pantry products made with organic, ancient, and heirloom ingredients, debuts new packaging across its entire portfolio. Cassava, einkorn, and brown rice pastas; einkorn flours and wheat berries; olive oil; jarred tomatoes, chickpeas and beans all showcase a new look that underscores simplicity. The streamlined design emphasizes jovial’s key tenets: delicious, thoughtfully-crafted, high-quality foods that speak to the dietary needs of many and are enjoyed by all. “Jovial's new packaging reflects our belief in purity, fairness and transparency; our commitment to tradition; and the joy our products bring to consumers and their families. It also offers consumers a fresh way to quickly and easily connect with our brand values and identify allergen certifications without extensive reading,” notes Giulia Viola, Owner of jovial. To achieve the updated appearance, jovial collaborated with the Sonoma, California-based agency, Truly Creative Design. The new packaging features a clean aesthetic, with images of rolling Italian hillsides that serve to unify the brand’s breadth of products while providing a cohesive sense of whimsy and romanticism. Photographs of the Italian farmland where jovial’s farm partners grow their Non-GMO Project Verified and Certified 100% Organic crops lend further credence to the brand’s “good food starts at the farm” philosophy. Images of craveable home cooked meals, and easy-to-follow recipes aim to further strengthen jovial’s connection to its legion consumer fan base and new customers alike. A new color coding design scheme ensures easy identification on grocery and home shelves. Grain-free pastas are marked with blue accents while gluten-free pastas are delineated with green accents, and einkorn-based products are labeled “easy to digest,” emphasizing the grain’s suitability for many eaters who suffer from gluten sensitivity.