Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Food and beverage company Danone, in its objective to build health-focused food categories, has recently launched its new regional campaign on the e-commerce platform Shopee, kicking off first in Malaysia for the upcoming ‘Super Brand Day’ in the country by Shopee.
Called the ‘Our Health, My Choice’, said campaign, which will be featured on the Shopee Mall, will provide consumers with access to Danone’s full Specialized Nutrition (SN) portfolio for the whole family. The SN portfolio in Malaysia focuses on growing milk products for children. With more people going online to shop for health products, the collaboration aims to support more families to make informed nutrition choices and discover products that support their health and nutrition needs.
Danone ensures that its product portfolio provides the right nutrition across age groups with scientifically researched nutrients.
According to Deborah Chong, head of e-commerce at Danone Specialized Nutrition Global, they have witnessed an ‘incredible growth’ of their business online, including a 20 times growth across Southeast Asia during the Shopee 12.12 Birthday Sale last year. She added that this is due to the fact that more people are turning to e-commerce platforms to seek convenient and reliable product options.
“We believe this collaboration will further scale our presence in the region. Prioritizing consumers’ health is crucial for us and we believe this Super Brand Day, which focuses on our ‘Our Health, My Choice’ theme, lets us show our care and appreciation for our customers by providing convenient access to products that support their health and nutrition needs,” Chong stated.
As part of the online campaign, Danone will be introducing its Shopper’s Choice Shopping Guide to help consumers choose the right nutrition products for their needs while leveraging Shopee’s engagement tools. This guide will showcase their best-selling products and user reviews through engaging content on how specialized nutrition can address the different health concerns and needs.
For Benoit Delater, commercial development director at Danone, they are proud of their partnership with Shopee, stating that the partnership speaks volumes of their aim to fulfill the mission of making good nutritional choices accessible for more health-conscious consumers.
“We believe that our portfolio can cater to the specific nutrition needs of all consumers and encourage the consumption of essential macro and micronutrients for a well-balanced, healthy diet. That’s why we are very excited to leverage Shopee’s wide reach and customer engagement tools such as Brand Membership to better connect with customers and provide them greater value all year round,” Delater stated.
Meanwhile, Ian Ho, regional managing director at Shopee, notes that their recent partnership with Danone reflects the rise of live streaming, as it is becoming a key part of the online shopping experience in the region. Furthermore, it has also grown to become an effective way for brands to acquire and connect with shoppers, showcase their products and prompt users to make purchases on the spot.
“We are also working closely with brands through our double digit campaigns like the upcoming 8.8 Brands Festival where brands could leverage this interactive engagement tool to reach out to Malaysians. We’re excited to see more brands such as Danone enrich the shopping experience by integrating entertainment and educational content into their campaigns,” Ho concluded.
Starting 15 July, Danone shoppers can enjoy several perks, including gifts when they buy specific Danone products, discount vouchers for up to RM40, and earning online loyalty points from purchasing within the Danone Shopee Mall.