Milk had lost its innocence to consumers who, for generations, held milk as a beacon of purity and virtue. With the dairy industry under intense scrutiny and pressure for plant-based alternatives, guilt was an unwanted ingredient. The glass was half full.
Davis had the opportunity to redeem the narrative from the typical cow-to-carton story to a grass-to-cow story. Rolling Meadow became the brand that could make consumers believe in dairy again.
The brand strategy was shaped to reframe the anti-industry conversation to an empowered pro-improving the system narrative. This created a platform for Rolling Meadow’s commitment to doing dairy right, by letting cows eat grass on pastures like nature intended and creating a mutual benefit for all: farms and farmers, cows and consumers.
The design solution powerfully transformed an uninspiring visual identity to a meaningful destination – a rolling meadow – creating distinction and break-through for the grass-fed environment pivotal to Rolling Meadow’s right-to-win.
Illustrated icons created impactful storytelling for the brand’s three pillars: small family farms, responsibly raised cows, and mindfully made milk. These adaptable elements ensured consistency within any environment the brand story was told, proving winning at shelf is winning everywhere.
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At Davis, we believe that our job is to help position those brands rising to that challenge as leaders, not followers. And Rolling Meadow is not just one of the herd.
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