Tag Archives: Produce Marketing

Extend Your Outreach on Social Media

Extend Your Outreach on Social Media

Continuing our conversation from last week, retail marketing must go beyond traditional means and onto the World Wide Web. Social media is a booming, easily available resource for retailers to engage with customers and if you’re not on it, you need to be. Continue reading

Reach Customers Digitally to Gain More Traffic Online and In-Store

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We live in an age where food isn’t just consumed physically, but also through information. More than ever, consumers want to know more about what they are digesting and where it comes from. Aside from labeling products organic, your website can be a fantastic hub for customers to learn more about them. Continue reading

Think About Preparing Your Organic Banana Holiday Displays Now

Think About Preparing Your Organic Banana Holiday Displays Now

It’s never too early to begin thinking about how you’re going to grab your customers’ attentions this holiday season. While cranberries, apples, green beans, and sweet potatoes are the more traditional produce items for Thanksgiving and Christmas, there are plenty of great recipes and ideas that you can use when marketing your organic bananas. Continue reading

2014 Banana Bags Now Available

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We are excited to share with you our newest banana bags for 2014.

The banana bags are a great way for retailers to increase banana sales and create an attractive visual to appeal to customers. This year we have included two fun recipes that are easy projects your customer can enjoy with their children.

The banana split bites recipe is a simple six-step process that is healthy and enjoyable to eat; the mini banana cream cookie pie recipe is an eight-step process that is fun and can be used at a children’s birthday party. Not only do the banana bags provide customers with creative recipes, but they also provide children with a fun coloring project.

Stick ripened bananas in the banana bags and display them in the produce section near GROW and Organics Unlimited labels. Customers will familiarize themselves with the cause and brand while you increase sales.

Don’t forget to put your order in by calling Organics Unlimited at 619.710.0658, and visit our merchandising website for more tips and tricks to get the most bank for your buck.

The Value in Children Promotions for Organic Bananas

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The 2014 Power Your Lunch program by Produce For Kids has ended. We appreciate all the of your help in pledging your support and raising awareness to encourage parents to pack healthier lunches for kids. In the end, the program received 7,067 pledges from consumers across the U.S. We are glad we could be a part of this special effort with Produce for Kids, and we will be donating almost $1,800 to DonorsChoose.org, which will fund school projects in the U.S. Continue reading

Support Healthier Lunches for Back to School!

GROW Healthier Lunches for Back to School

September is just around the corner and families are wrapping up their summer vacations. Now more than ever, your customers have started shopping for back to school lunches. Just as eating healthy for adults is currently a big trend, parents are also encouraging their children to eat healthy. Back to school means opportunities to create new promotions for sales; make sure you are emphasizing the importance of healthy eating in your back to school promotions. Continue reading

Perfectly Fresh Means Happier Customers

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When your customers shop the produce aisles, they’re looking for quality, freshness and appeal.  What they see that looks at the peak of ripeness without being past its prime is what they will often buy. So the more that they can rely on your stores for “perfectly fresh” produce choices, the more they will come back specifically to fill their carts with good tasting bananas, tomatoes, melons and peppers.  Continue reading