SOURCE: Sugar House Pies

December 23, 2013 18:56 ET

New Packaging From Sugar House Pie Manufacturers Entices Customers to Stop Their Shopping Carts

Sugar House Pies Unveiled Their 2013 Packaging for the Holiday Season, Showing Off a Rich New Blend of Artwork and Wholesome Pastry

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwired - Dec 23, 2013) - Sugar House Pies have been hard at work this season, increasing production to meet holiday demand. They've introduced a wide selection of new holiday flavors, including their Caramel Apple. Regular consumers of the company will also find that their pastries are encased in new packaging. The pie manufacturers, in an attempt to stop more shopping carts have developed a new box for their homemade pastries. This new box strategizes to give customers a better vision of what is inside, as well as highlighting the wide assortment of flavors offered by the company. This strategy relies on positive appearance, excellent quality, and customer satisfaction.

As prominent holiday dessert suppliers, Sugar House makes it their duty to remain true to their products and ensure their quality. By creating revitalized new packaging for their frozen holiday desserts and fruit pies, the company has captured the essence of their made from scratch flavor. In the industry of holiday pie suppliers, packaging elements have the potential to make or break companies based on their ability to entice and intrigue customers. The new boxes from Sugar House are light colored and inviting, with a large flavor banner and centered image. There is also a portion on the front that allows consumers to easily see whether they are purchasing a "thaw and serve" or a "bake and serve" variety.

Sugar House has a history of creating quality frozen holiday desserts. Their homemade crusts and hand latticed fruit pies are consistently in high demand, especially around Thanksgiving and Christmas. The new design comes at the recommendations from their clients, improving upon the points that caused dissatisfaction. While still adapting to the high demand and new equipment, the company maintains their effort to create pastries that emulate the kind Grandma used to make. With their new packaging, they are hoping to provide customers with an easy view of their products and visual flavor representation. Each box is customized to its contents; ensuring consumers get the flavor and style of dessert that they desire. For more information about their selection or ordering information, visit their website at