FAGE
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FAGE
Good Things Start Here


 
 

It’s All Greek to Me

Navigating the yogurt aisle in your local grocery store has become perplexing. How to decode the options and brands? Education through editorial, that’s how.


 

Call Them Greek-Curious

FAGE (pronounced fa-yeh) means “to eat” in Greek and our readers are eating up FAGE’s stories and recipes! 88% of FAGE branded sessions included visits to more than one brand page.

fage yogurt bites

Photo credit : FAGE Yogurt

fage yogurt bites

Call Them Greek-Curious

Fage (pronounced ) means “to eat” in Greek and our readers are eating up Fage’s stories and recipes! 88% of Fage branded sessions included visits to more than one brand page


fage yogurt bowl

Photo credit: FAGE Yogurt


Greek Takes Health One Step Further

Showcasing versatility in the kitchen – baking, dipping, freezing, drizzling, shaking, topping – 72% of FAGE branded pageviews included a FAGE recipe view.

fage yogurt bowl

Greek Takes Health One Step Further – Opa!

Showcasing versatility in the kitchen – baking, dipping, freezing, drizzling, shaking, topping – 72% of Fage branded pageviews included a Fage recipe view.

 


 
 

Educational, Healthy Lifestyle Content to Inspire Purchase

Service Journalism that benefits customers, brands and Kroger


 

 

Educational, Healthy Lifestyle Content to Inspire Purchase

Service Journalism that benefits customers, brands and Kroger


 




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