Is this how to market organic produce?

Do you think it's fabulous or worrying? I can't decide.


 

What I do know though is that Yeo Valley have hit the mark so much better than this lame attempt by Woolworths.


 

But then what can you expect from a company that believes it's claim to sell fresh food is accurate.

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    Sharon McNary
    Public Insight Journalism at KPCC

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