Define your brand’s ‘good’ and make it known.
Purpose plays a key role in building modern food and beverage brands.
We proved that with a study from our own Intel Distillery. Our research links adopting an ESG Policy to an additional 1.5% annual growth.
F&B marketing leaders join us to share their brand insights on The Good Minute.
Tariq Hassan, McDonald’s
Learn about embracing youth culture from McDonald’s Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer Tariq Hassan.
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The Good Minute Podcast Series
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Grow more food with less resources
Episode 8: Jonathan Webb
Founder and CEO, AppHarvest
More sustainable food system
Episode 7: Penny Andino
Head of Marketing, Justin’s Brand
Grow food where people are
Episode 6: Karuna Rawal
Chief Marketing Officer, Nature’s Fynd
Embracing tech on the farm
Episode 5: Jenni Tilton-Flood
Dairy Farmer, Cabot Creamery Co-operative
Episode 4: Sarah Healy
SVP Marketing, Cabot Creamery Co-operative
Telling a good story in dairy
Episode 3: Joe Prewett
Executive VP of Brand, Tillamook
Upcycling a sports drink
Episode 2: Michelle McBride
Chief Executive Officer, GoodSport
3 places to find your brand’s ‘good.’
Most brands invest in their supply chains, whether optimizing sourcing, innovating production, or reducing packaging and water consumption. Any of these provide “good” stories your audience wants to hear. What untapped assets lie in your brand’s supply chain?
Strategic partnerships can stretch budgets and accelerate results. Public-private partnerships and industry affiliations along the supply chain often focus on purpose and create “good.” Where has your brand partnered? Where can it?
Brand stories form whether nurtured or not. Simple desktop searches can reveal what your audience values and what they already say about your brand. This can help identify untapped opportunities. Who is talking about your brand and what are they saying?
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