Reaching Core Nutrition Customers: Supplements, Food ‘Cooperating’
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
“If we don’t think supplements compete with food, instead if we think of it as cooperating, there are all sorts of ways we can talk about the products,” says Eric Pierce of publisher New Hope Natural Media. Firms can reach core users by “co-marketing” supplements where they practice yoga or shop for groceries.
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