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Actived: Wednesday Oct 28, 2020
5 Steps to Leverage QR Codes for Your Business
Ideas to utilize QR codes could be to measure customer experience, deliver coupons, boost app downloads, show videos, re-order online, increase likes on social media, leave reviews, etc. etc. etc. Step 2: Make a QR Code. It is pretty easy to do…just type in “free QR code generator” into Google, and bam.
QR Codes and Why You Should Care | WholeFoods Magazine
ble by dedicated QR barcode readers and camera phones. The information encoded can be text, a URL, images or other data. QR codes were first introduced in 1994 by a Japanese corporation, and were originally designed as a new way to track automotive parts.
Community in Spite of COVID-19: How Companies are Giving
For those in quarantine, the company is offering 15% off and free shipping across the U.S. for the next three weeks, when orders are placed using the code STRONGERTOGETHER. In Los Angeles, the company has partnered with Erewhon Markets to provide free Chlorophyll Water for senior citizens during their Senior Citizen Hours from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00
Connecting with Consumers During Challenging Times
Send moms groups samples, recipes and coupons to make their lives a little easier. Do a drop off at an empty preschool parking lot or local church. In your marketing, make life light, fun and meaningful by communicating the love that keeps your brand’s family together. Share your moments of laughter, struggle, or generosity.
Next-Generation Retailing | WholeFoods Magazine
Says Patterson, “We give 3–5% back on everything you buy, depending on what you buy and our margin, as a green rewards cash back—redeemable $20 at a time. It’s not difficult. There are no coupons to print out. The cash doesn’t expire…We want to give back to shoppers.
A Farmers Market Renaissance | WholeFoods Magazine
A “Vitamin and Body Care Extravaganza,” for instance, is an event that sees every vitamin, supplement and body care product in the store go for 25% off. “Frozen Frenzy” lets customers save 20% on all of the frozen items they can fit into a Sprouts paper bag.
5 Trends in Functional Foods & Beverages | WholeFoods Magazine
Containing postbiotics, 10 calories and infused with herbal mixes, the beverage comes in multiple flavors: mango hibiscus, lemon rose, plum jasmine, pomegranate geranium and grapefruit lilac. Postbiotics, like probiotics, help to keep the body’s immune system ready to fight off any foreign threats, says Fortuna.
It’s All Natural at Expo West | WholeFoods Magazine
Invaluable Tips for Using Coupons, Co-Op and Cleverness to Create Measurable Marketing” (3:30-4:30 p.m. in Ballroom 9). March 10. The only session on the final day of Expo West is “Retailer Town Hall: Defining ‘Natural’ Together,” an interactive discussion with attendees taking place in Grand Ballroom E, 9:00–10:15 a.m.
Generation-Specific Marketing From Millennials to Boomers
Jacobowitz calls Gen Y “a ‘chip off the old block’ of the Baby Boomers, “Around four in 10 younger Millennial and younger Gen X health and natural shoppers reported using more coupons (last six months) compared to fewer than one in six Baby Boomers and Greatest Generation reporting higher usage,” the group found.
Menopause and Pueraria mirifica Update | WholeFoods Magazine
When the lining was not regularly sloughed off, the risk of cancer increased. That is why a synthetic progestin was introduced in the 1980s as a way to counteract the effects of Premarin. Generally, Provera (medroxyprogesterone acetate) is prescribed for 10 days out of the cycle. Eventually, Premarin and Provera were combined into one pill