Pure has refreshed the packaging for breath freshener product Goldspot, which is manufactured by the personal grooming and homecare brand group LornaMead. The designs see the gold-coloured canister become matt black in an attempt to promote a ‘funkier’ image and reach a wider audience. Goldspot launches in Boots the Chemists and across selected supermarkets from February. ‘We have given the brand a lease of life,’ says Pure managing director David Rogers.
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The app has installed new features including a free walking map of the capital as part of a collaboration with Transport for London.