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Every colour has psychological significance. Tiger Woods understands this, which is why he always wears a red shirt on the final day of every tournament. I imagine this truth was also behind the decision of the Toronto Raptors basketball team to abandon purple jerseys in favour of red ones.
Here’s a handy chart to help you keep track of brand colours and their meanings.
UPDATE: My fellow ad blogger Escape Kit points out that yellow also means “cheap.” He is absolutely right. In Canada, anyway, yellow is the dominant colour of discount providers of everything from groceries to cellphone service.
I also recall reading somewhere that you’ll never see green used to promote something sweet. So, sugar packaging can be blue if it’s refined or brown if it’s raw, but never, ever green.
UPDATE TO THE UPDATE: Here’s a note from noisymime, who makes an excellent point:  “Stevia, a natural sweetener, uses green predominantly. Probably trying to tap into ‘natural’ more than ‘sweet,’ but there ya go. 
So the list is by no means exhaustive, but it certainly gets us thinking.
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