Key To Growing Probiotic Sales: Talk Benefits, Not Bacteria
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Emphasize probiotics’ benefits rather than touting research supporting claims or using the technical terms linked to bacteria strains, says Mintel’s Lynn Dornblaser. P&G.’s Meta line capitalizes on consumers’ growing affinity for probiotics with the right approach to promote the brand.
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