Boon Bariq is a line of Armenian-made jams. There are 8 flavors:
In the Armenian language, the word Bariq means “gift” and Boon means “true” or “exact”, so the brand name Boon Bariq is a “True Gift” or, in the agricultural context, “a gift of nature”. Ibari LLC had developed a new formula of fruit preservation and also had harvested the products from specially selected orchards. To differentiate Boon Barq from its competitors, we decided to use more natural ingredients in its recipes with a higher ratio of fruits and berries in the jar. Boon Bariq produces according to special standards and policies that’s why the product has a unique taste and the quality is high. The line of jam & preserves don’t contain additives, GMO-free and low in sugar. The fruits used in the process of making Boon Bariq jams & preserves have a natural sweetness. As a producer, we personally control the selection process of fruits and the production of jam & preserves.
Many brands use a quarter or half of the jar surface to illustrate fruits and present the brand message but we wrap the whole jar with fruit peel.
Boon Bariq’s packaging is significantly different from the popular mass-market packaging designs for preserved food. It guarantees a distinctive visual impact on the shelf and solves two problems that any manufacturer has as a new player in the market. Firstly, with its design and colorful appearance, the product stands out on a shelf of similar products. Secondly, the fruit peel design resonates with the product’s natural essence and perfectly communicates the core of the product.
The perforated part on top allows customers to open the jar without destroying the whole packaging. The colored logo on the black lid is colored with the corresponding flavor of the product in the jar. The logo is placed on the shrink label in the well-known banana sticker style, which is stuck directly on the fruit, just like on Boon Bariq.
Boon Bariq won Bronze award in Pentawards design competition which is one of the best and famous international design competitions located in London.
Boon Bariq jar weight is 430 g. Shelf life is 2 years.
The trademark, name and appearance of the good itself are protected by both RA and international registrations.