Hula hoops have changed their logo and packaging without many cracked aficionados noticing

Crisp fans were stunned after noticing that the iconic logo for hula hoops has recently been redesigned on the packaging – which a lot of people seem to have missed

The new Hula Hoops Logo on BBQ Beef Chips
The new Hula Hoops Logo on BBQ Beef Chips

Everything seems to be changing these days – especially brand logos.

We’ve recently seen supermarkets like Aldi, Asda, and Morrisons make subtle changes to their logo design, and now it seems there’s another iconic logo that looks quite different.

Crisp fans have pointed out that the Hula Hoops logo has changed and a different font is being used on new Crisp packs.

A Reddit user recently pointed out the change, sharing snaps of two packs of Original chips – also noting that the pack’s bright red color had changed to brown.

writing on the r/Casual UK forum, they branded the whole thing “madness.”

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They said, “What is this madness? The new redesign of the ‘classic’ hula hoop is now brown!”

Dozens of people commented on the post, many equally surprised by the change.

One person thought the new pack looked like it was meant to be beef flavored, while another claimed they thought it was “an old batch they found in the back of the warehouse”.

Another user added: “I thought the printer was running out of red ink when I bought something recently… I can only assume it’s a money saving thing?” Maybe the brown one is cheaper to mass produce.”

This comes after buyers were stunned to learn Dunelm used to have a different name.

The store reportedly underwent a massive rebrand in 2013, when the name and logo became what we know and love today

Before that, however, it was called Dunelm Mill and the logo was a lighter shade of green. Do you remember that?

This came to light on social media earlier this week when a journalist named Mared Parry tweeted: “Did Dunelm ever be called Dunelm Mill or did I make that up entirely?”

A number of other Twitter users responded, and many were stunned by the information.

One person asked, “Since when?”

“Wait what?” another wrote.

Someone else agreed with Mared, saying, “I just found an old Dunelm Mill bag earlier… It’s on its way to America now as it’s being used as the inner packaging for a gift.”

And Dunelm himself joined the conversation, clarifying that they were “Dunelm nee Mill”.

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