Savor the art of packaging with our curated collection of the best beef jerky packaging designs.
From rustic charm to modern sophistication, we analyze the diverse range of styles that elevate the jerky experience from ordinary to extraordinary. Prepare for a visual treat that will make your snacking experience even more satisfying!
Table of Contents
- Uptown Jerky Co. by Swank Collective
- Prevail Jerky by Sabik Design
- Three Hands Beef Jerky by Aaron Neal Graphic Design
- Jacksons Jerky by Dennis Budell
- Halis Beef Jerky by 6thpix
- Lucky Jerky by Stellar Jay Art & Design
- Werner Gourmet Meat Snacks by Flint Design Co.
- D's Jerky by DD9
- BaM Beef Jerky by Half Price Packaging
1. Uptown Jerky Co. by Swank Collective
- Minimalist art
- Playful font style
- Informative labels
Swank Collective's packaging design for Uptown Jerky Co. is sweet and straightforward. The modern packaging design features minimal artwork, scattered words, and distinctive font styles.
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The front panel of the packaging design has thin, black lines that separate the upper and lower halves of the packaging. It also forms a cow's head.
The upper half is in a light pink shade, decorated with different words associated with the product. Its rounded and handwritten-like font style adds a feminine touch to the packaging.
Meanwhile, the lower half has a beige color and provides nutritional data and other information about the product.
2. Prevail Jerky by Sabik Design
- Hand-drawn typeface
- A bold color palette
- An eye-catching, modern design
Prevail Jerky is characterized by its commitment to delivering 100% healthy products. Sabik Design wanted to emphasize it through an unapologetically bold and captivating beef jerky packaging design.
Every flavor's packaging design features shades of the same color to distinguish between them easily. The colors also complement the taste, with red associated with the spicy variant, while green is for the lemongrass flavor.
Another feature of this packaging design is the hand-drawn typeface that gives the brand its unique look. The agency used attention-grabbing heavy white lettering to present the brand and product names.
3. Three Hands Beef Jerky by Aaron Neal Graphic Design
- Western-themed font
- A logo-led design
- Cutout window
Aaron Neal Graphic Design took inspiration from the Wild Wild West to develop a packaging design for Three Hands Beef Jerky. The result is simple yet imaginative, earning a spot in our list of the best beef jerky packaging designs.
The packaging comes in three colors: black, brown, and dirty white, so each flavor is easily distinguishable. The front panel includes the logo design, a skeletal structure of a cow's skull, and the brand's name and product flavor in a Western-themed font.
What also makes this packaging design a standout is the rounded cutout window that offers customers a peek into the product.
4. Jacksons Jerky by Dennis Budell
- Wild West aesthetics
- Classy monochromatic photos
- A distinctive cutout window
Dennis Budell's work for Jacksons Jerky is next on our list of the best beef jerky packaging designs. What makes this commendable is its subtle product promotion and images that tell a story.
The design's most subtle but visible aspect is a cutout of a cow's head, giving you a glimpse of the actual product. The flavor is stamped over it in a large font, so it's easy to tell each flavor from another.
The packaging designs are color-coded. Above the cutout window are black and white photos depicting the Wild West, adding to the aesthetics and overall vibe of the packaging design.
5. Halis Beef Jerky by 6thpix
- Star ingredient focus
- Well-balanced color scheme
- A typographic blend
Next up on our best beef jerky packaging designs list is the one 6thpix crafted for Halis Beef Jerky. Like the brand's products, the design is eye-catching, attractive, and inviting.
Each packaging features a stylish black background, with each flavor bearing its unique color. The mild flavor is green, the spicy is red, and the original flavor is yellow. The lower half of the packaging also includes a rectangle window-like visual that displays a realistic photo of the product.
Complementing this color scheme is a typographic blend that playfully combines standard, large lettering with script glyphs that indicate the flavor.
6. Lucky Jerky by Stellar Jay Art & Design
- Clean and simple
- Clear panel
- Playful illustrations¸
Lucky Jerky's packaging by Stellar Jay Art & Design is one of the best beef jerky packaging designs. Confident in the product quality, the agency created a clean and simple look that places the jerky in the forefront.
The logo, flavor, and a one-sentence flavor description take the front panel's upper half. Each flavor has a different color, so customers can easily find their favorite. Below it, the clear front panel displays the product.
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Meanwhile, the back panel includes playful decorations of the ingredients and other farm-related illustrations. The ingredients, nutritional information, and product descriptions are also in the back panel.
7. Werner Gourmet Meat Snacks by Flint Design Co.
- Classy blue background color
- Mountain illustration
- Rugged look
Werner Gourmet Meat Snacks contacted Flint Design Co. for a unique packaging design that differentiates it from competitors. The agency restructured the packaging design, providing an effective, modern design built around the family business' core characteristics.
While the previous packaging design was color-coded according to flavors, the new one features a classy blue background color constant across all the variations. The color choice is complemented by an illustration of a mountain that reinforces its rugged look.
The packaging design also includes a transparent panel that shows the product, assuring consumers that they'll get the best cuts of beef jerky.
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8. D's Jerky by DD9
- Camouflage pattern
- Ziploc packaging
- Refreshed, modernized visuals
D's Jerky reached out to DD9 for a package redesign for their beef jerky. The agency enhanced the established design, creating a refreshed, modern look.
The agency polished the camouflage patterns and cow head silhouette. What used to be an oblong-shaped logo is replaced with a more rectangular outline with rounded edges that include the product flavor.
Lastly, the resealable packaging bags make it easy for consumers to enjoy their favorite beef jerky at their leisure.
9. BaM Beef Jerky by Half Price Packaging
- Attention-grabbing colors
- Large lettering
Making it to our list is BaM Beef Jerky's packaging by Half Price Packaging. A delicious combination of cannabis and jerky has never looked more appealing!
The limited text but heavy-looking typography complements the attention-grabbing colors. The agency utilized attractive colors as the packaging's frame for the box, enhancing its appeal on the shelves.
The colors and the typeface are the only visual elements in the design, so the cutout rectangular box near the bottom makes the product central. The lettering is large and bolded, enhancing readability as well.
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