Success: Birds Eye Deli Seasoned Chips

Success: Birds Eye Deli Seasoned Chips

Category : Food & Beverages
September  2014  Pages : 16

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Launched in early 2013, Birds Eye Deli Seasoned Chips promised a unique flavor proposition in chips (sea salt and rosemary, and parmesan, garlic and basil). The range was inspired by gourmet foods found in global delis. The Simplot-owned sub-brand is positioned as a snack or meal accompaniment. It was a winner in the Australian 2014 Product of the Year awards and is performing well.

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Reasons To Buy
- Why are Birds Eye deli seasoned chips considered a compelling case study?

- What consumer insights and innovation highlights underpin their success?

Key Highlights
Deli seasoned chips deliver against taste and quality expectations that exist - even in staple foods. High quality and unique seasonings give deli seasoned chips a gourmet aura akin to what exists in the foodservice channel. As such, Australians can recreate out-of-home quality in an easy and affordable manner.

Although this was never mentioned as a product development reference point, Birds Eye deli seasoned chips resemble a popular menu item from a chain of Australian burger restaurants.
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