The three-phase program is simple: buy two items—one from Kraft, one from General Mills—and save.
Breakfast (April): Morning Mates
Lunch (September): Lunch Mates
Health & Wellness (January): Healthy Mates
The talk boxes at the ends of aisles are tagged with the Morning Mates program name and feature a QR code that gives customers access to recipes, coupons, and more. For easy product rotation, product “tabs” lock into the talk boxes and are replaceable. The abstract background image ties in with a Target P-Fresh breakfast product: eggs.
Four months later, a new set of talk boxes appear for Lunch Mates and feature a slot holding recipes and shopping lists for takeaway. The abstract background image ties in with a Target P-Fresh lunch product: bread.
The following season, the new boxes promote Healthy Mates. At checkout, customers receive a Catalina coupon offer that also emphasizes multiple purchases. The abstract background image ties in with a Target P-Fresh product: lettuce.
The MATES branding expands online and introduces lifestyle imagery. Links connect to featured recipe and branded ingredient information.
This Spotlight features links to recipes and an instant coupon. It offers a different approach to the branded ingredients as buttons, linking to product descriptions.
A “Meal Mate” spotlight button is added to Kraft’s iFood Assistant app. The featured recipe on the homepage is a Meal Mate recipe using the branded products. In addition, there is a coupon function promoting multiple purchases.
The Target Circular shows several product combos and the offer promotes multiple purchases. It also reinforces the message that Target carries wide range of food and beverage products.Contact us