Using both static and animated formats, the eye-catching designs will spring up on rail platforms and concourses, tube stations and tube escalators across London and the South East from 26th August for six weeks.
Highly impactful and informative, the wide-reaching campaign is expected to reach over 15 million commuters across London and the South East.
The creative is being supported by a six-week digital marketing push and paid social media activity to engage with foodies and recruit peanut butter fans using #ItsNotJustForToast.
Whole Earth’s original peanut butter will be the focal point of the artwork, in addition to one design that features a new peanut butter launched earlier this year, Whole Earth Dark Roasted.
Bryan Martins, Marketing Director at Wessanen UK (brand owner for Whole Earth), comments: “Many people only consume peanut butter on toast, but it can be used in so many other ways; in curries, smoothies, soups, paired with fruit – the possibilities really are endless. If we can inspire consumers to broaden their peanut butter usage, we have a significant opportunity to drive category growth.
“Our vibrant and visually arresting campaign strives to capture people’s attention on their daily commutes when they have more time to think about meal and snack preparation. We think the campaign beautifully captures the brand’s personality and are confident it will make people think differently about peanut butter.”
Whole Earth’s marketing strategy focuses on three key pillars; natural nutrition, versatility and the environment, to demonstrate the brand’s commitment to healthier people and healthier planet.
Alongside brand owner Wessanen, Whole Earth is now a B Corp certified brand in recognition of the brand’s purpose-driven approach to sustainability and healthy eating.
Whole Earth worked with creative agency, Isobel, to create the artwork and deliver dedicated social media content.