93 percent of online grocery orders actually include dairy products, and online sales for the dairy category have increased year-over-year by 14.3 percent.
January 4, 2016
Dairy suppliers might wonder if it is worth it to advertise and sell dairy products through online channels? Do consumers actually buy perishable items online? Will online grocery dramatically impact dairy suppliers? In short, the answer is yes.
Editor's note: the Milk Processor Education Program yesterday announced it is undertaking a new integrated marketing campaign called Milk Life. The campaign will focus on the nutrition in milk, especially its protein content. In this exclusive report, MilkPEP Interim CEO Julie Kadison explains the decision.
Millennials and the baby boomers are strongly bound together by the demographic trends they've fueled, starting with smaller households as Millennials postpone marriage and/or childbearing and Boomers divorce at an ever-growing rate.
What do botox and tattoos have to do with marketing and packaging of dairy foods and beverages? At first glance, not much. But stick with this essay about the baby boomers and their children, and the connection becomes clear.
Health and wellness is an important topic for all women, according to a new white paper. Kraft finds men involved in meal prep.
February 26, 2013
Two separate research studies that look at attitudes and motivations of women and men can help marketers of dairy foods hone their messages.
Anthem Worldwide wrote a white paper, “What Women Really Want From Health And Wellness.” Research by Kraft Cheese shows that today's dads are taking a more active role in the kitchen, as well as with food shopping, menu planning and meal preparation.
With the Super Bowl approaching, dairy marketers are fine-tuning their pitches, offering cheese recipes that party hosts can serve during the "big game" in their free-standing inserts for the week beginning Jan. 20.