Meet the Author

  • Teodora Miscov
  • Marketing Manager

Following her passion for all things digital, Teodora moved to London with the goal of completing her BA in Digital Media Communications at the University of Westminster. Having completed her formal education, she is now pursuing her career in the vibrant Soho as the Marketing Manager at Lab. Her interest for art and philosophy finds a release on her personal blog, which she has been running for six years. Catch up with Teodora on LinkedIn and Twitter.


Takeaways

  • Marty’s product line has been developed by Danone Early Life Nutrition business with their internal innovation accelerator.

Danone partners with LAB to launch digital platform and social content for new allergy-friendly children’s product range


11 June 2019
Client
3 mins

Leading food company, Danone, has launched a digital push to support its allergy-friendly children’s product range, Marty’s. The work was created in collaboration with LAB, the independent digital agency that uses a blend of consumer neuroscience, psychology and behavioural economics to design, build and market digital brands and experiences.

The Marty’s range, which includes chickpea popped crisps and dairy-free frozen desserts, was developed for their Early Life Nutrition business by Danone’s Manifesto Innovation Accelerator (MIA), the innovation lab which acts as a driving force for new product development.

LAB worked in partnership with Danone to develop a dedicated Marty’s digital platform, featuring the brand character Marty, an alien who lives on planet Zaddja and searches the universe for allergy-friendly foods. The site includes a Marty’s Allergy Card feature, which allows parents and children to create and print out their own personalized allergy card, including their allergies and contact details, which can be clipped on to a bag or carried with them.

As part of the campaign, LAB and Danone have also created a series of short videos showcasing allergy-friendly recipes, which will be shared on social channels.

The push aims to engage with parents, taking the stigma away from children’s allergies and creating trust, support and fun for families in an area previously known for strain and exclusion of children with allergies.

Tanya Pitchforth, Project founder, Danone, commented: “We understand from listening and talking to parents and children there is a growing demand for greater choice and increased confidence when it comes to free-from foods, which is why we’re thrilled to bring this new range to market. The digital platform and social content we’ve created in partnership with LAB will helps us to support parents whose children are affected by allergies, in a fun and inspiring way.”

Ipar L’Aimable, Creative Director, LAB, said: “We are very excited to have formed a creative partnership with Tanya and the MIA team at Danone on Marty’s. As someone who has allergies myself, the project pulled on my heartstrings the moment the brief landed. We are proud to have created something which is vibrant, inclusive, informative and fun with the ethos, ‘Supporting the parent, empowers the child’. Marty’s fantastic journey has just begun, and we can’t wait to be taken along for the ride.”

 

CREDITS

Creative Agency: LAB

Ipar L’Aimable - Creative Director

Jack Lewis - Lead Project Manager

Marshall Jones - Project Manager

Monny Lam - Senior Designer

Matt Lintott - Operations Director

Matt Lloyd - Digital Planner

Divan Botes - PHP Developer

Ross Lilford - QA/Tester

 

Front-end Development Partner: FX Digital

Tom Smith - Assistant Creative Director

Clayton Jones - Lead Developer

Luke Nutkins - Project Management Lead


Takeaways

  • Marty’s product line has been developed by Danone Early Life Nutrition business with their internal innovation accelerator.

Meet the Author

  • Teodora Miscov
  • Marketing Manager

Following her passion for all things digital, Teodora moved to London with the goal of completing her BA in Digital Media Communications at the University of Westminster. Having completed her formal education, she is now pursuing her career in the vibrant Soho as the Marketing Manager at Lab. Her interest for art and philosophy finds a release on her personal blog, which she has been running for six years. Catch up with Teodora on LinkedIn and Twitter.