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AHDB and Dairy UK looking to build on dairy campaign’s success

The Department of Dairy Related Scrumptious Affairs (DDRSA) campaign was launched by AHDB and Dairy UK to remind consumers of their love of dairy.


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The campaign has driven over 1.1 million video views, 220 pieces of media coverage reaching 435,000 people and has a social media reach of 435,000 since its launch in November 2017.

 

The campaign was aiming to remind people of their love of dairy using humour to remind people of the taste and the benefits of dairy in a balanced diet.


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Job roles at DDRSA

Senior roles

 

Head of Butter

Director of Cheese (hard)

Director of Cheese (soft)

Minister of Milk

  • To be announced

 

Junior roles

 

Chief Yoghurt Officer

IceCream Cone-oisseur

  • To be announced

While 63 per cent of people said they love the taste of dairy, but the category was being forgotten with 56 per cent of people not thinking about or connecting with the products they consume.

 

This was especially prevalent in younger people.

 

Campaign

 

Rebecca Miah, AHDB Dairy senior consumer marcomms manager, said: “The campaign has got off to a really encouraging start and we are keen to build the momentum as it is a long term, clearly focussed initiative which dairy farmers can support in telling their stories and promoting dairy products.

 

“This is a valuable aspect of the campaign as it brings realism and gives an opportunity to harness our collective voices and positive messages.”

 

“The next phase features transport hub and tube platform advertising, video content during on-demand programming, web and social advertising and announcing and promoting department spokespeople.”

 

It has also launched its tellitlikeitis.co.uk resource farmers to support the campaign at Semex 2018, packs of promotional materials for farmers and nutritional research into the value of dairy in the diet.

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