Cottonelle wants consumers to ‘make the ultra switch’
DALLAS — Toilet tissue brand Cottonelle is encouraging consumers to try something new in their bathrooms.
To promote its brand, Cottonelle announced the launch of its "Make the Ultra Switch" sweepstakes. By giving away 90 prizes in 90 days, the company hopes shoppers will seek to purchase Cottonelle’s thick toilet paper, the company stated.
"Cottonelle brand is challenging North America to make the Ultra Switch to the thickest bath tissue in the aisle," said John Stanwood, Cottonelle senior brand manager. "We’re confident that once people try it, they will realize what’s missing from their current toilet paper."
For the complete list of prizes and official sweepstakes rules, visit CottonelleUltraSwitch.com.
Swiffer paints cleaning products aisle red
MINNEAPOLIS — Procter & Gamble’s Swiffer products are turning red for Valentine’s Day with new limited-edition packaging.
From Feb. 6 to March 16, shoppers at Target will find that Swiffer products — including Swiffer WetJet, Swiffer sweeper starter kit and Swiffer Dusters extender — will be adorned with red packaging. Red also will appear on displays in stores to help Target shoppers find the perfect Swiffer products to suit their floors.
In addition to the limited-edition red Swiffer products and in-store displays, consumers also will find a holiday newspaper insert on Feb. 6 featuring a special Valentine’s Day message from their floors, Swiffer said.
Minute Maid Pulpy gains $1 billion in retail sales
ATLANTA — A Minute Maid product has achieved $1 billion in sales worldwide.
Coca-Cola, which owns the Minute Maid brand, reported that Minute Maid Pulpy marked the first Coca-Cola brand that was launched in an emerging market — the drink was launched nationally in China in 2005 — to reach the billion-dollar mark.
Last year, Minute Maid Pulpy was introduced in Algeria, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam, followed by rollouts in Mexico and Kazakhstan.
“The addition of Minute Maid Pulpy to our expanding list of billion-dollar brands is a historic milestone for the company and an affirmation of our commitment to the juice business,” said Joseph Tripodi, chief marketing and commercial leadership officer at Coca-Cola. “The rapid scalability of the Pulpy brand in developing markets is critical to the continued growth of the global juice business of The Coca-Cola Co."