The UK’s biggest stocks brand, Knorr, today announces its long-awaited return to the nation’s TV screens as part of its £6m ‘#CheatOnMeat’ campaign. Featuring the popular cooking duo, The Hairy Bikers, the TV ad aims to raise awareness of the
Knorr, the UK’s no.1 stock brand, is launching a brand-new vegan range to tap into the growing trend for flexitarian diets and to continue to evolve the category with flavoursome new plant-based products.
With more than 8 million Brits living in households that struggle to put food on the table, Knorr has announced the launch of new social campaign – Donate Your Plate – which aims to raise awareness of food poverty in
Taste is a key driver of behaviour when it comes to the food we buy and eat with almost two thirds of consumers across the continent (64%) believing that sustainably grown vegetables taste better. This was the finding of a recent
Unilever’s largest brand partners with UN World Food Programme to gather pledges in support of zero hunger
On World Food Day (16 October 2014), Knorr is partnering with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) rallying people globally to pledge their support for building a world with zero hunger at www.wfp.org/pledge. Knorr will also support WFP’s ‘Home Grown School
Unilever’s biggest food brand Knorr has announced great progress on its commitment to sustainably sourcing its agricultural ingredients and revealed the results of a new global consumer survey looking at shopping attitudes and purchase behaviour. The study shows food sustainability
Unilever’s commitment to put sustainable and equitable growth at the heart of its business model is helping to drive increased sales while reducing costs and risks, according to the company’s second Sustainable Living Plan Progress Report. Brands that have made