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{{Primary Logos}}
 
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{{ImageTOC
 
|Lay's Logo 1965.svg|1932–1986
 
|Lay's Logo 1965.svg|1932–1986
|Lays.png|1986–1996
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|Lay's 1986.svg|1986–1997
|Lays_Chips.svg|1996–2003
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|Lays_Chips.svg|1997–2003
 
|Lay's logo.png|2003–2007
 
|Lay's logo.png|2003–2007
|Mid_products_lays.svg|2007–2019
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|Mid_products_lays.svg|2007–present
|Lays2019.png|2019–present
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|Lay's_(2019).svg|2019–present
 
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==1932–1986==
 
==1932–1986==
 
[[File:Lay's Logo 1965.svg|center|200px]]
 
[[File:Lay's Logo 1965.svg|center|200px]]
'''Lay's''' was launched in 1932 in the United States.
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'''Lay's''' was introduced in 1932 in the United States.
   
== 1986–1996 ==
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==1986-1997==
[[File:Lays.png|center|250px]]
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[[File:Lay's 1986.svg|centre|200px]]
   
{{SVG needed}}
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==1997–present==
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===1997–2003===
==1996–present==
 
===1996–2003===
 
 
[[File:Lays_Chips.svg|200px|center]]
 
[[File:Lays_Chips.svg|200px|center]]
 
This logo is still used on several Frito-Lay trucks, Lay's Deli Style Original Potato Chips, and on the lids for the Lay's Stax cans.
 
This logo is still used on several Frito-Lay trucks, Lay's Deli Style Original Potato Chips, and on the lids for the Lay's Stax cans.
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===2003–2007===
 
===2003–2007===
 
[[File:Lay's logo.png|200px|center]]
 
[[File:Lay's logo.png|200px|center]]
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This logo was introduced in late 2003. The text's shadow became a gray gradient, and the word "brand" and the registered trademark sign inside the red part had been turned white. The logo was also turned in 20 angles in a 3D perspective sort of way.
 
This logo was introduced in late 2003. The text's shadow became a gray gradient, and the word "brand" and the registered trademark sign inside the red part had been turned white. The logo was also turned in 20 angles in a 3D perspective sort of way.
   
===2007–2019, 2007–present (International)===
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===2007–present===
 
[[File:Mid_products_lays.svg|center|200px]]
 
[[File:Mid_products_lays.svg|center|200px]]
In 2007, the logo turned 3D while Lay's started a new font and the gold band was added.
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In 2007, the logo turned 3D (based on the [[Frito-Lay]] logo) while Lay's started a new font and the gold band was added.
<gallery position="center" captionalign="center" bordersize="none" bordercolor="transparent" widths="182">
 
2dlayslogo.png|2-D version of the logo. No gold band
 
Lays Brand logo.png|Alternate version used internationally.
 
</gallery>
 
 
===2019–present (United States)===
 
[[File:Lays2019.png|center|200px]]
 
 
{{SVG_needed}}
 
   
On September 18th, 2019, Lay's received a new logo with an altered typeface and edited band and globe.<ref>https://www.taquitos.net/food/Lays-Logo-2019</ref><ref>https://www.logonews.cn/lays-new-logo.html (Chinese)</ref>
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===2019–present===
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[[File:Lay's_(2019).svg|center|200px]]
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On September 13th, 2019, Lay's received a new logo with an altered typeface and edited band and globe.<ref>[https://www.taquitos.net/food/Lays-Logo-2019| Lay's gets a new logo - Taquitos.net]</ref><ref>[https://www.logonews.cn/lays-new-logo.html| After 12 years, Lay's quietly updated the brand logo and launched new packaging - Logo News] (Chinese)</ref>
   
The redesign, which took two years to complete, is an attempt to keep the brand relevant in the era of social media and content regeneration.<ref>https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/18/business/lays-redesigns-potato-chip-bag/index.html</ref> While this logo started to roll out in the United States, the previous one continues to be used in some countries.
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The redesign, which took two years to complete, is an attempt to keep the brand relevant in the era of social media and content regeneration.<ref>[https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/18/business/lays-redesigns-potato-chip-bag/index.html| Lay's potato chip bag is getting its first new look in 12 years - CNN Bussines]</ref> While this logo started to roll out in the United States, the previous one continues to be used in some countries.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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*https://www.logonews.cn/lays-new-logo.html
 
*https://www.logonews.cn/lays-new-logo.html
   
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{{PepsiCo}}
 
{{PepsiCo}}
 
{{Indofood}}
 
{{Indofood}}
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[[Category:Lay's]]
 
[[Category:Lay's]]
 
[[Category:1932]]
 
[[Category:1932]]
[[Category:Chips]]
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[[Category:Chips/Crisps]]
 
[[Category:Salted snacks]]
 
[[Category:Salted snacks]]
 
[[Category:International]]
 
[[Category:International]]
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[[Category:Indofood]]
 
[[Category:Indofood]]
 
[[Category:France]]
 
[[Category:France]]
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[[Category:Food and drink in El Salvador]]
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[[Category:Frito Lay]]

Latest revision as of 20:03, February 13, 2020

This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:
/Other

Contents

Lay&#039;s Logo 1965 Lay&#039;s 1986 Lays Chips Lay&#039;s logo Mid products lays Lay&#039;s (2019)
1932–1986 1986–1997 1997–2003 2003–2007 2007–present 2019–present

1932–1986Edit

Lay&#039;s Logo 1965

Lay's was introduced in 1932 in the United States.

1986-1997Edit

Lay&#039;s 1986

1997–presentEdit

1997–2003Edit

Lays Chips

This logo is still used on several Frito-Lay trucks, Lay's Deli Style Original Potato Chips, and on the lids for the Lay's Stax cans.

2003–2007Edit

Lay&#039;s logo


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This logo was introduced in late 2003. The text's shadow became a gray gradient, and the word "brand" and the registered trademark sign inside the red part had been turned white. The logo was also turned in 20 angles in a 3D perspective sort of way.

2007–presentEdit

Mid products lays

In 2007, the logo turned 3D (based on the Frito-Lay logo) while Lay's started a new font and the gold band was added.

2019–presentEdit

Lay&#039;s (2019)

On September 13th, 2019, Lay's received a new logo with an altered typeface and edited band and globe.[1][2]

The redesign, which took two years to complete, is an attempt to keep the brand relevant in the era of social media and content regeneration.[3] While this logo started to roll out in the United States, the previous one continues to be used in some countries.

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit


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