Put your best foot forward
Showcasing your product at the retail level is critical to getting the consumer to focus on what you are offering them. Our trained staff will load your products into your displays designed to enhance the visual appeal for the consumer within the retail outlet.
The term "display" includes anything that supports and presents your product effectively. This can range from Point-of Purchase (POP) displays that are typically found in health stores or grocery store isles, or a Display Ready Pallet (DRP) that you see in club stores such as Costco and Superstore. Bullseye Packaging is set up and actively working on many formats of displays throughout the year. Whether this is your company's first time using displays, or your demand for displays is becoming greater than you can handle with an in-house operation Bullseye Packaging is here to help you get your product to the market in a way that will boost sales but most importantly consumer awareness of your brand and product!
What we can do
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- rainbow/season/specialty packs
- hand assembly
- shrink-wrapped bundles
- club packs
- product sampler
- sticker promotions
- pre-packaged food products
- recovery projects
- POP displays
- end aisle units
- full, half, & quarter pallet displays
- large width ﬁlm capacity
- printed & clear Film
- automated pallet wrapping
- order fulfillment services
- next day shipping
- and MORE!
Bullseye Packaging has the capability to effectively assemble your custom retail displays, load them with your products, and make them ready for distribution.
When you don't have a display developed, but have an idea of what you want to implement, we will work with you to develop the best display to fit your needs. With support from our industry connections and market knowledge, we can present several options to fit your budget, style, and format.
Just a peek at some of the amazing products
that have rolled off our lines.
No Sugar Company
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Origin Malting Co
We use barley grown on our local family farm to offer a truly sustainable ‘grain to glass’ experience. Five generations of farming means that you not only get intentionally chosen ingredients, but als...Read the full story
Vega (formerly Sequel Naturals) first approached Bullseye based on a reference we had received from one of their clients. We had heard that they had great quality, service and competitive pricing. O...Read the full story
We are committed to bringing delicious and healthier-for-you products from near and far to your local retailer. 100% Canadian, we are continuously searching high and low for the best and most unique p...Read the full story
The founder of SmartSweets, Tara Bosch, started the company with a mission to #KickSugar and create a movement based on smaller, smarter choices....Read the full story
Frequently asked questions
As the name implies, floorstand displays sit on the floor and typically stand 4-5 feet high. Shelves or hooks hold out the product for sale.
These displays are hung at the end of an aisle but still facing the row you were just shopping. Think of a floorstand without a base that is raised to eye level and hung there.
Don’t confuse End Caps with Side Kicks because while an end cap too is set up at the end of an aisle, essentially it IS the end of the aisle.
A shortened way to say “corrugate prepack displays”. These displays are “pre-packed” so they are assembled, loaded with product and then are slid into a corrugate shipping cartons. Their purpose is to make set up at store level much easier.
We all know that PDQ stands for Pretty Darn Quick, and that describes how fast it is to set up these displays that sit on a counter or a shelf. In store set up typically requires the stock keeper (? term) to tear at perforated lines to remove the top and convert it into the display’s header.