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Sasha

Pepsi underrated the fact that Tropicana has consumers so attached to the old-‘Tropic’ packaging that they were unlikely to appreciate a younger looking futuristic design. We did an eye tracking study on the effectiveness of the 'New' pack in the UK where we have never had the straw graphic and the results predict a 13% loss of sales. Tropicana shoppers don’t see new packages at shelf and are drawn to Tesco’s own brand products that have some similarities to the UK Tropicana pack. The truth about the sales loss has little to do with that graphic, and everything to do with shoppers ‘ability to find the new packages at shelf. Consumers have to find the product at shelf before they can buy it. One eye tracking study and this could have been avoided!

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Tropicana is really an amazing thing to enjoy. Thanks a lot for this post.

David Taylor (brandgym)

Asit,
Thanks for joining the conversation.

You make good points:
- why not do a test? I would have done an on-shelf test to measure ease of finding the product. New vs. Old
- also, the Pepsi change is a minor change hyped up by Arnell to be world-shattering.

David

asit gupta

The tropicana fiasco is an absolutely shocker. It doesn't reflect well on pepsi and makes you wonder what measures were set in the research for packaging evaluation. I doubt a simulated test market was done to estimate net share /volume impact ( which again is a shocker given how big the brand is and the cost of an STM is less than GBP 100K). Having done a few global pack changes myself when I was on the client side, I have often seen people getting "blinded" by higher ratings of source of business/non-users when "current users" find the new design marginally inferior or parity.

Will be good to hear your view on the new pepsi cola graphics also. Also done by Arnell. Quite weak and unlikely to disturb a "classic" design like a Coke too much. Looks like a "rushed" job. Branding impact is emasculated and branding location on the pack is strange. All this for "modernity" I guess.

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