Right on time for Veganuary, the nationwide campaign for V-Love, Migros’s own brand of plant-based products, is back. Once again, it features pithy statements that defy food categories and rules in an intelligent, light-hearted manner.
The offspring of Migros has become a consumer favorite in just one year. The company continues to focus on the catchy message: No matter how often you eat a plant-based diet or why you do it, V-Love you. In this way, the private label is ideally positioned in the competitive plant-based market. And not only with a cheeky tone and style, but also with several new products across all food segments.
From megaposters to food porn clips
Unconventional and unmistakable, regardless of the channel: The continuation of V-Love's campaign with many different subjects also achieves this. On megaposters, billboards, in moving images, on social media and digital ads, the loud, unconventional announcements are hard to miss. New this year, for the first time, are inspirational clips with plant-based recipes, made of course from V-Love ingredients, in the best food porn style.
Fine instead of fancy
Once again, Migros succeeds in popularizing a lifestyle with down-to-earthness and wit. This is also helped by the Plant-Based range, which prefers everyday to fancy - with plant-based alternatives to butter and sliced meat to croissants, cervelat, fondue and cream slices. All tasty lures that make taking part in Veganuary that little bit easier.
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