These days, green is good for packaging. "Green communicates a better-for-you image," said Barry Seelig, president of Apple Designsource Inc., a Manhattan-based design firm. As the color of choice for a mushrooming array of low- and no-fat foods, it's almost to the point that no copy is needed, said Jerry Harbauer, principal of Harbauer Bruce Design, Chicago. To remove any doubts, however, "Everyone is adding 'low-fat' and 'no-fat' violators," said Brad Curtis, account executive at Curtis ...
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