Tostitos a major American brand of tortilla chips, owned by Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo. Late last autumn it started rolling out a refreshed visual identity with new packaging.
Overall, the packaging is cleaner. The rough surfaces of some earlier packaging are being replaced by graphical sunbeams in clear colors radiating from a product window as the center of the bag. The logo has also be straightened up and simplified. The new look is being launched with some new products, such as the "Tostitos Cantina" chips, inspired by Mexican restaurants.
"Completely reimagined, party-centric packaging is also being introduced across the Tostitos portfolio of snacks. Tostitos brand chip bags and salsa jars now incorporate vibrant, more festive colors, a bold new logo treatment and party-themed messaging. This includes colorful "chipfetti" and vibrant rays bursting from the clear window on each package, further illustrating the look and feel of a "party in the bag." The clear window also represents the shape of the chip variety, helping consumers more easily differentiate between products. The new look and feel is designed to encourage sharing and signal "party upon sight." It even offers consumers on-pack suggestions for chip-and-dip pairings, making it easier than ever to be ready for a party whenever and wherever it happens." - From a press release issued January 2.