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Some Background Info
McCormack Family Farms, Ireland’s leading grower of salad leaves, are developing a new product concept and want your opinion on which format would best suit your family for this type of product.
The product concept is Irish grown, additive free, 100% natural powder, bringing the rich nutritional benefits of baby spinach, kale, chard and more, into an easy to use form, that is very versatile and suitable for those who are not fans of leafy greens. Rich in calcium, iron, potassium, fibre and protein, as well as a very wide range of vitamins – a perfect addition for meals from a toddler to adult.
They want your opinion on which format would best suit your family for this type of product. Here are 3 options to choose from:
Format 1 – Loose product in a tub or large ziplock sachet, with a portion-control scoop. Ideal for adding to porridge, smoothies, casseroles, stews and baked goods, like muffins. Most versatile.
Format 2 – Capsules. Consume a capsule a day to get a clearly defined portion of vitamins and micro-and macro-nutrients. 1 capsule per day for children up to 12 years old, 2 capsules per day for 12+. Fastest to consume.
Format 3 – Pre-portioned individual paper sachets in a box. 1 sachet per day for children up to 12 years old, 2 capsules per day for 12+. Best for ‘on-the-go’ nutrition.