'Fall In Love With Plant-Based' Campaign Launched By Supermarket Chain
The chain will promote plant-based brands including Tofurky (Photo: Tofurky) - Media Credit:

‘Fall In Love With Plant-Based’ Campaign Launched By Supermarket Chain


1 Minutes Read

A supermarket chain has launched a pro-plant-based food campaign in 70 of its stores across Northern California.

Lucky Supermarkets – a subsidiary of The Save Mart – has partnered the Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA) for its ‘Fall in Love with Plant Based’ initiative which will run until December 2.

Described as the ‘first-of-its kind’, the initiative is aimed at educating shoppers about plant-based foods and helping them find options instore.

Plant-based promotion

Lucky stores will feature advertising stands located throughout the store to highlight plant-based food options from the 16 participating PBFA member brands including Beyond Meat, Good Karma Foods, and Tofurky among others.

In addition, there will be register screen ads and breakroom TV content to educate staff about plant-based foods. Educational booklets with coupons will be available at all stores.

The campaign will also be promoted on social media radio.

Plant-based shopping

“We are thrilled to partner with Lucky Supermarkets to promote a wide array of delicious plant-based foods to Lucky and Lucky California shoppers,” Michele Simon, Executive Director of PBFA, said in a statement.

“We were pleasantly surprised to see so many PBFA member brands already offered at Lucky stores, and now we want everyone to discover
them, from plant-based milks, to yogurt, to cheeses, to many varieties of meat.

“There is truly a plant-based option for everyone. Lucky has been an incredible partner in this first-of-its-kind shopper marketing campaign, and we look forward to building on this exciting partnership with Lucky Supermarkets.”

Millions around the world trust Plant Based News for content about navigating our changing planet & our role in it.

Our independent team of journalists
and experts are committed to making an impact through a wide range of content—and
you can help by supporting our work today.


The Author

Maria Chiorando

Maria is the former editor for Plant Based News. She has been a newspaper reporter and features writer. Her work has been published by The Guardian and The Huffington Post, among others

More by Maria Chiorando iconography/arrow-right


Leave a Comment

Plant Based News Comment Policy

In short:- If you act with maturity and consideration for other users, you should have no problems. Please read our Comment policy before commenting.

Comments [0]