In a nostalgic twist on the traditional milkman model, ReRooted offers home-delivered milk in glass bottles with a difference: they’re all plant-based and fully organic. The brand is offering a sustainable product and eco ethos, and tapping into the booming subscription market.
As interest in veganism and meat alternatives continues to grow, brands are starting to expand their product offerings to reach new audiences. With its meat-free ‘Roarsomes’ nuggets, UK-based vegan and vegetarian food brand Quorn has launched an innovation aimed specifically at children.
The number of vegans in Europe has doubled from 2016 to 2020, and more than half of ‘flexitarians’ want to become vegetarian or vegan in the future. With convenience and tradition keeping people from switching up their diets, there’s room for brand intervention to normalise veggie foods.
With climate change a pressing threat, Britons are becoming more sensitive to their homes’ sustainable credentials. Shifted priorities due to the pandemic mean that some are now looking for eco-friendliness across everything from utilities to furniture design. So, how can brands tap into this?
Concerns about sustainable consumerism took a back seat in the first half of 2020 as the coronavirus crisis made hygiene the foremost consideration while shopping. With packaged goods in high demand, how can brands reassure people who want to avoid infection without it costing the earth?