Food exports should pay attention to the choice of packaging colors

China's accession to the WTO has undoubtedly created conditions for China's food to enter the markets of various countries. However, many countries have joys and bodes for color. Not only should foods pay attention to this issue, but packaging should also pay attention to this issue because the packaging color is not suitable for this region and products cannot be sold. To this end, some of the country's preferences and taboos on color are described below:

Turkey, which represents the country's crimson and white colors, is more popular. At the same time, it also enjoys religious green colors. The Turks generally like vivid colors.

Columbia Colombians like red, blue, and yellow. It is easy to use round, triangular and hexagonal packaging on the goods.

Paraguay generally likes bright colors. The colors that symbolize the three major political parties in the country are red (National Republican Union), deep blue (Liberal Party), and green (February Party). When these three colors are used, special care must be taken.

United States Most Americans like bright colors. Young people of all ages and regions in the South West like blue and green. Commodity packaging tends to use a specific color or color scheme to make people aware of the color as a commodity. Americans think that only white can bring good luck.

Mexico represents the country's red, white, green is widely used in various decorations.

Brazil People in this country have a good impression of red. Think of purple as sad, yellow as desperate, and the combination of these two colors will cause omen. The dark brown indicates that it will be unfortunate.

Peru Peruvians like vivid colors, red, purple and yellow are popular. Among them, purple is the color used for religious ceremonies held in October and is usually avoided.

Venezuelan people in this country are very particular about color, such as white, red, brown, green, black, respectively, representing the country's five major political parties, generally not on the packaging of goods, the flag is yellow, red and blue.

Cuba Cubans are greatly influenced by the United States, and their love for color is similar to that of the United States. The general population likes bright colors.

Argentina's popular commercial packaging colors are yellow, green and red. Black, purple, violet and brown colors are to be avoided.

Britons use roses as a national flower. They like elegant colors, but they are very disgusted with green. British taboo elephant patterns and use portraits as a decoration.

France French people like red, yellow and blue. Bright colors are fashionable, gorgeous and noble. The French used the lily as a national flower and saw it as an unlucky sign of infidelity. It is believed that the crane is the name of the stupid and the daughter-in-law. French people are jealous of walnuts and think that walnuts are an ominous thing.

Russia's most popular color is red, often associating red with people and things they like. White means pure, gentle, green represents peace and hope, pink is a symbol of youth, blue represents loyalty and trust, yellow symbolizes happiness and harmony, purple represents majesty and nobility, and black is a symbol of silence and ominousness.

Syria likes blue-blue, followed by green and red. Yellow symbolizes death, usually hanged.

Source: US Purchasing Network