Actually it's the embossed logo/lettering that stands out quite literally from the cartons. Here's how the 17-oz Trix decoration for example is produced. First 48-ga polyester is coated with a release agent then printed gravure in four colors vacuum-metallized and adhesive-coated by Crown Roll Leaf (Paterson NJ). Crown ships 4"-wide rolls of this material to two converters who in one step emboss the word Trix and hot-stamp it in perfect registration. During this process the print and metallization transfer from the polyester onto the Trix letters on the sheet. The adhesive assists in bonding the print and metallization to these areas. These carton sheets have already been gravure printed in six colors except for the portions that form the word Trix. These portions are blank. The result is a raised metallized logo that provides kid appeal. What does all this cost? General Mills isn't saying. But the cartons are short-term promotional items so it isn't the sort of upcharge the firm will have to absorb in any ongoing way.