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- Impact of Product Packaging on Consumer's Buying Behavior
- The Influence of Color and Shape of Package Design on Consumer Preference: The Case of Orange Juice
- The Effect Of Packaging Design Elements On Youth Purchase Intention Of Junk Food
- Five Ways Product Packaging Impacts Sales
Impact of Product Packaging on Consumer's Buying Behavior
Abstract : Building on existing research regarding product packaging and the factors that have the most notable influence on buying preference, pricing and other elements of bottled orange juice, this study expands understanding of how two key factors, color and shape, build synergy and influence consumer attention and ultimately their purchasing choices. The results presented here, and the consequent discussion may provide useful insight for design and marketing managers when setting prices and selecting packaging color and shape for creating synergy and augmenting quality perception and buying preference. The influence of color and shape of package design on consumer preference: The case of orange juice. Orange juice packaging has not been the subject of an extended field study. Gadioli, De Oliveira, Quintiliano, Bezerra, Queiroz and Chiarello worked on communicational aspects of orange juice packaging and corresponding intention to purchase.
The Influence of Color and Shape of Package Design on Consumer Preference: The Case of Orange Juice
Introduction 1. Arrangement of the dissertation 1. The German trade and retailer brand environment 1. Research problem 1. Purpose of the research 1. Research questions 1.
The Effect Of Packaging Design Elements On Youth Purchase Intention Of Junk Food
Product packaging definitely impacts sales.
Five Ways Product Packaging Impacts Sales
This research provides new knowledge on the purchase intention towards junk foods. The main purpose of this research study is to examine the packaging design elements as a determinant factor to purchase junk food among youth consumer that might be one of the most essential variable in marketing field. One of the aims of this study is covering the shortcomings of previous studies that didn't observe main factors that influence the consumer purchase intention toward junk food. The various packaging elements packaging colour, packaging graphic, packaging size, packaging material and packaging label have been conceptualized into integrated frameworks to investigate the factors that influence consumer purchase intention toward junk food products amongst youth. This study is further validated through a survey method used of questionnaire distribution.
Packing shape and size have an impact on a consumer's purchasing decision. Mostly consumers are attracted with that product which can use easily and carry (silayoi, speece ). Research Gap: The previous research focus only on how packaging help to save of product, handle and store of particular product.
The objective of this study is to determine the role of packaging on consumer buying behavior. The purpose of this research is to examine the essential factors, which are driving the success of a brand. In this study, samples of 44 respondents have been collected. The study was conducted in the premises of Don Bosco Institute of Management.
Regarding the juice, most of the participants thought that the glass bottles have the highest quality, were the safest, the healthiest and the most frequently bought Around This market research identifies the packaging characteristics and features which have positive effects on consumer attitudes. The social behavior will increase the product sale and its market success leading to direct economic implications.
Although the increase in point-of-purchase decisions heightens the communication potential of food product packaging, empirical research on understanding how visual packaging affects consumers' subsequent product and brand evaluations and perceptions is scant. This study seeks to develop a theoretical model to show the effects of consumer attitudes toward visual food packaging on perceived product quality, product value, and brand preference. A self-administered questionnaire developed from the literature was conducted, and undergraduate students participated in the study.