96% of people say they want to eat “healthy.” But, they’re actually baffled about what that really means.
People are confused when it comes to what to eat and why. So they bounce around from brand to brand and trend to trend. You will gain loyalty and get beyond impulse trial if you help them. And here’s where I come in. Yes, I’m a marketing guy with a full-service agency behind me (LRXD.com). Do I want you to hire me and us? Of course, and you should because we’re a bunch of brilliant, results-driven people. But instead of shouting, “choose me,” I’m gonna earn your trust by giving away everything I know about food marketing. So we can all win, starting with the people that need to win the most, your consumers.

Nutrition marketing that just seems more real

The natural channel is loaded with a mith brands (and more every day), promising all kinds of benefits. But I bet consumers will always go with the one that seems the most real. Check out how Honey Mama’s does it. What can you learn?

Hey, it's Eric with the Thirty Second Marketing Snack, a highly digestible brand and a tip for making it even more so. Honey Mama’s. You got to get a hold of some of this stuff man. Go to Sprouts, go online, but get it and eat of it. Now the tip, as they grow, and they will, I argue they can be even more earthy and soulful with this package. And they should because with all the tricky stuff going on in food today, real is the deal. Okay. So be digestible like Honey Mamas and thanks. [...]

Nutrition marketing with more Rhythm

Every brand talks up the benefits of its product, but how about going beyond that one thing to a bigger idea? You’ll seem less like you’re selling and more like you’re helping. Here’s an example, featuring Rhythm Superfoods.

Hey, it's Eric with the Thirty Second Marketing Snack, a highly digestible brand and a tip for making it even more so, Rhythm Superfoods. These guys are making it so easy for people to get more fruits, vegetables, and fiber into their diets. I'd love to hear them say, "Hey, our snacks are amazing, but try roasting kale, carrots and beets and see how incredible they can be too." Okay, be digestible, like Rhythm and thanks.

Nutrition Marketing That Helps People Clean Things Up

80% of consumers say they’re confused about what to eat. Why not help them out and get yourself higher on the Kiker Scale of Meaningful Difference — from trial to preference to loyalty to BRAND LOVE. A great opportunity for Clean Cause, and you!

TRANSCRIPT: Hey, it's Eric with the Thirty Second Marketing Snack, a highly digestible brand, and a tip for making it even more so. Clean Cause, 50% of their profits go to drug and alcohol rehabilitation, amazing mission. I'd love to see them say, "Hey, we can help you clean up your diet, too, by showing you easy, delicious ways to add more fruit, vegetable, and fiber to your diet." That's it. Be digestible, like Clean Cause. Thanks.

Nutrition Marketing That Wins Through Consistency

Your consumers will never hear your message so much they get bored. Just not possible. So be sure you get a core message and stick the heck to it. You’ll win through that consistency, just like Canyon Bakehouse.

Transcript: Hey. It's Eric with the Thirty Second Marketing Snack, one brand and one thing that makes them digestible. Today I'm featuring Canyon Bakehouse for one reason, consistent message. From day one, they've said we want you to love bread again. Yeah. They're a gluten-free brand. I'm gluten-free, because my food sensitivity test pops gluten every single time. You should be talking about food sensitivity, because your consumers are getting smarter and you can lead. So be digestible, like Canyon Bakehouse and thanks.

Nutrition Marketing That’s Worth Its Fiber

Why are people gobbling and gulping down probiotics? Maybe it’s because they’re not pooping — and maybe they’re not pooping because they’re not getting enough fiber. It’s a simple thing, but super important. And Beanitos is giving us all a tasty way to get it. Enjoy.

Transcript: Hey, it's Eric with The Digestible Brand and the new and improved Thirty Second Marketing Snack. One brand, and one thing that makes them digestible. Today, I'm featuring Beanitos, and the reason is right here. Fiber. Fiber is something that not enough people get enough of, and so you should be talking about the importance of fiber even if you're not a high-fiber brand. It'll make people feel better about you, and it'll increase loyalty. All right, so. Be digestible like Beanitos. And thanks.

By | 2019-06-13T17:47:51+00:00 June 10th, 2019|Brand Positioning, Influencers, Marketing, Trends, Video|0 Comments

Grass-Fed Nutrition Marketing

Plant-based “meats” are all the rage — but guess what — grass-fed beef, pastured chicken and other humanely-raised animals are good for us and the planet. If you’re one of these brands, you need to be talking about it, like Country Archer does.

Video Transcript: Hey, it's Eric with The Digestible Brand and the new and improved 30 Second Marketing Snack. One brand, one thing they're doing that makes them digestible. Today, we're featuring Country Archer Beef Jerky. You see that right there? 100% grass-fed beef. Better for you, better for the animals, better for the planet. While these new plant-based meats are trying to help solve this problem, guys like Country Archer, The New Primal, they are too. Listen, be digestible like these guys and thanks.

Nutrition Marketing That Slows down to Move Faster

I know, you’re going a million miles an hour, trying to build your food brand; trying to beat competitors to the punch. But so are they — and they’re missing things. So in this edition of #thethirtysecondmarketingsnack, I want to spend half a minute talking about that. Slow down, move faster and win.

Video Transcript: Hey, it's Eric with the 30 Second Marketing Snack, one tip to help your brand grow. Today we're featuring UnReal. All right. Slow down to move faster. Think about all the things your competitors are moving too fast to ever do, like building the ultimate retailer support program, getting to know your consumers better like I've talked about, finding a deeper, emotional way to tell your story. Do all that. Slow down a little bit, man, and you will win. All right. Be digestible, and thanks.

Nutrition Marketing with some Sweet Advice

Sell, sell, sell, sell, sell. That’s all consumers see from most food brands — but what if you took your foot off the gas a little? You’d show the consumer you have respect — and you’d show some confidence too. This Thirty Second Marketing Snack features Smart Sweets and some sweet advice from Bob Moore of Bob’s Red Mill.

Video Transcript: Hey, it's Eric with the 30 Second Marketing Snack: One Tip To Help Your Brand Grow. Today, we're featuring Smart Sweets! I heard a cool quote the other day from Bob Moore, founder of Bob's Red Mill. He said, "I don't sell products. I offer them." I just thought, "That is such awesome advice for all of us to follow." Instead of: Sell, sell, sell, sell, sell all the time, let's slow down, show our consumers some love and care, and it'll come back at us. So, be digestible ... Hey, little bear! And thanks, sweet! [...]

Nutrition Marketing That Maximizes Opportunity

Just about every food brand uses Amazon, demos and social media — but are you using each to its best advantage? Maybe not. Here’s a video with some thoughts — have a look and win more loyal consumers.

Video Transcript: Hey, it's Eric. Interesting story from a conversation with a perspective client the other day, they were bemoaning the fact that Amazon is not the best place to make money for some people. The margins are thin, it's not really a great place for revenue, but we talked about the idea that it's a great place for review. If you can build a whole bunch of great reviews on Amazon, you can use those to build a case with new retailers and open up more distribution, open up more doors. So I got to thinking, what [...]

Nutrition Marketing That Makes Small, Big

Big food brands do a lot of stuff right and a lot of stuff, wrong. How can you make both work for your smaller brand? I'll tell you, right here.

Video Transcript:   Hey, it's Eric! Today we're going to do a feature that I call, “Big for small.” It's stuff that big brands do that you might want to take advantage of yourself. Or things that big brands do that you want to wipe out and one-up. So, I've got two examples for you today. The first is about cost containing. You know cost containing, right? You've heard about it. I hope you've never done it. It's when a brand cost contains the crap out of every ingredient until everything's nasty and it sucks. You should not [...]

By | 2019-05-13T23:57:44+00:00 April 29th, 2019|Brand Positioning, General, Influencers, Marketing, Research|0 Comments