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MTR Foods undergoes revamp, unveils new logo

05-May-2016
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MTR Foods undergoes revamp, unveils new logo

MTR Foods Pvt. Ltd. has announced the launch of its new brand identity with a new contemporary logo and youthful packaging, personifying the transition to an innovative and relevant brand. The rebranding reflects the company’s commitment to its dynamic key consumers. The new logo and packaging will come into effect immediately, with the new packs hitting the market in May.

The rebranding has been the result of a growing realisation that consumer behavior has changed dramatically in the last few years and in order to stay relevant and be the preferred choice of key consumers, the brand had to also change.

As a part of their growth strategy the company also announced the opening up of their new ecommerce site that will give consumers a clear access to the entire range of the company’s 140+ products. 

Emphasising on the need for rebranding, Sanjay Sharma - CEO, MTR Foods, said “Today’s consumers have evolved quite a bit – both in terms of their food preferences as well their consumption patterns. They prefer Indian Food but perceive it to be cumbersome and time-consuming. Our brand is the flag bearer of innovative, easy-to-make, nutritious and authentic tasting products that take away the time dimension from cooking and make Indian food more accessible to consumers.”

He further explained the need for a new brand identity, “However, as a brand we needed to change to reflect who our key consumers are today. While the new brand identity better represents where the company is today, our detailed growth strategy will make MTR ready for the future. This is the new beginning for MTR Foods and we are confident that the changes we have undertaken and our new brand identity will make us a part of our consumers’ everyday lives.”

Atle Vidar, Executive Vice President and CEO, Orkla Foods added, “Over the last three years, Orkla Foods has transformed into a leading Nordic branded consumer company that will play a more active role in partnering the growth of MTR Foods. We are very proud to be the owners of a brand like MTR and will continue to contribute to the growth of the brand with a seamless transition of best practises and consumer insights. The launch of the new brand identity reaffirms our symbiotic partnership and the path we are going to charter together.”

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