Success Case Study: Everyday Yakult Probiotic Dairy Drink - Open-mindedness pays off for an established brand
- July 2017 •
- 16 pages •
- Report ID: 5068734
"Success Case Study: Everyday Yakult Probiotic Dairy Drink", is part of GlobalData’s Successes and Failures research. It examines the details of and reasons behind the success of a latest Yakult drink launched in Japan. It delivers the critical "what?", "why?", and "so what?" analysis to teach you crucial lessons that increase your chances of launching successful products as well as avoid the risk.
Generally, food and drink products that are good for digestion and gut health are appealing to Japanese consumers; 66% of them find these products very or somewhat appealing. However, the main users of Yakult drinks are over 60, and the brand has been looking to expand its customer range. Therefore, the brand needed to develop a new product that appeals to young consumers.
- Everyday Yakult Probiotic Dairy Drink features multiple new attributes, such as a high-vitamin and zero-fat formulation, a new pack design, and selective distribution in convenience stores only.
- Everyday Yakult meets it’s target audience’s various needs, and choosing a convenience store chain as the distribution channel is a bold decision.
- Adopting a new package design that breaks with the brand’s history has paid off by making the product eye-catching.
- Established brands can gain traction with a new audience by being open-minded during new product development.
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