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Williams Murray Hamm designs Morrisons' NuMe healthy eating range

Williams Murray Hamm has created the branding and packaging for Morrisons’ healthy eating range NuMe.

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The range replaces the existing Eat Smart range, and comprises 315 chilled, frozen and ambient products. The first items to launch this week are a range of 18 yoghurts.

The branding uses a white typographic logo on a greenish-yellow background, with the ‘NU ME’ letters surrounding the black and white Morrisons ‘M’.

According to Morrisons, the NuMe packs use a new labelling system that ‘aims to demystify health cues and help shoppers navigate for healthier options more simply’ using a ‘clear, simple iconography’ to easily display information about calorie content and the product’s contribution to the recommended five-a-day portions of fruit and vegetables.

The new range forms part of the supermarket’s wider own-brand overhaul led by Coley Porter Bell, for which the consultancy has created packaging for the M Savers value range and M Kitchen ready meals.

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  • What does NuMe stand for? What does it actually mean?

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