Unilever UK Foods is unveiling two limited edition packs for tea brand PG Tips, to celebrate the product’s 75th anniversary. Design Bridge has created the packaging, which features a re-coloured bronze and gold PG Tips logo. The side and back copy recounts the history of PG Tips and is accompanied by images of PG Tips from each decade to provide a visual timeline. Standard PG Tips packs have also been reworked to include a new ’75th’ marque.
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