Do not DECONSTRUCT your logo.
Rather, have the dynamic components of your logo come together to FORM your corporate identity at the conclusion of your message not to introduce the segment.
I learned years ago the benefit of not "destroying" your logo and the benefit of ENDING your message with the appearance of your logo complete and intact to punctuate your message. The concept to search is "primacy and recency."
Your logo must appear to be lasting; so, it is fitting that it ends your message.
Put yourself together, don't take yourself apart — even metaphorically.
Here's the full sequence that you'll see in different forms for every pitch. First, frame your product by using cultural "cues" familiar to your target audience. Then, use the body of your "message" to sell your fish. Finally, identify yourself to the audience.
If you do otherwise, you invite part of your "as-yet-unfamiliar" market segment to adopt a "That doesn't apply to me" attitude. You've lost time trying to do two things at once, introduce the brand before its relevance to you, and then the brand relevance. We don't think that way. Even the best brand in the world shows you enjoying the drink before you see their logo and they NEVER take apart the logo. You don't even see the obvious signature being written by animation.