Marlow Candy & Nut Company is a distributor of snack foods in the northeast United States, founded in 1968 and incorporated in 1970. Their logo – presumably dating from around that time — is a modified setting of ITC Garamond Ultra Italic, with swashes added to the M, N, and y. Paired with a bright and simple color palette, the “open shade” effect on the logo lends an iconic (if slightly dated) style to the company’s packaging and branding.
Marlow Candy & Nut Company
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