Almond Board of California: Do You Almond?

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The quirky campaign, created by London based independent creative agency isobel, in partnership with Sterling-Rice Group (SRG) and Porter Novelli UK, shows people doing extraordinary things with effortless ease, seemingly fuelled by the natural power of Almonds. Each execution ends with the line: ‘Do You Almond?’.

From a contortionist granny to a life-drawing maverick, the campaign celebrates those who fuel with almonds to ultimately become the best version of themselves.

Do You Almond? launches today with a spend of £1.306 million in the first six months across multiple channels including digital OOH, digital TV, influencer marketing, paid social, as well as Spotify and podcast advertisements. Following a six month launch phase, the campaign will continue to benefit from long-term investment in the UK market.

“There is a huge opportunity in the UK right now to highlight why almonds are so suited to evolving consumer preferences” comments Dariela Roffe-Rackind, Director Europe & Global Public Relations at the Almond Board of California. “The continued rise in popularity of plant-based eating has brought with it a return to a ‘back to basics’ desire from consumers for more natural, simple foods to fuel them throughout their increasingly busy lives. With almonds, whether they’re eaten by the handful or with other foods, consumers can feel good about eating them because they are a nutrient-dense, plant protein that also contain healthy fats and fibre to provide natural energy and goodness.”

“At the core of our new campaign is the idea that almonds are a natural fuel which allow consumers to be the best they can be. Ultimately, the campaign uses humour to position ‘almond’ as a verb and reinforce the positive connotations of “almonding” to drive awareness of the extensive benefits that eating almonds can bring.”

Ben Stump, Creative Director at isobel states “The health food category can be a little dull. So, from the outset the team was keen to give almonds the standout they deserve. ‘Do You Almond?’ is a campaign that lets us play to our audience through a quirky tone and some tongue-in-cheek executions, while also carrying a truthful message about what almonds can do for you.”

As consumers increasingly seek natural, simple and unprocessed foods, the organisation is capitalising on the opportunity to drive home the already well-established health benefits of almonds. Almonds are already perceived by consumers to be the healthiest nut in the UK [1] and, as one of the most researched foods, there is a body of scientific research into almonds’ health benefits documented in more than 170 published papers.


Creative agency:

Creative agency: isobel

Creative Partner: Rob Fletcher

Creative Director: Ben Stump

Creative Director: Simon Findlater

Strategic Partner: Steve Hastings

CEO: Paul Houlding

Business Director: Natasha Rich

Planning Director: Sarah Sandford

Agency Producer: Amy Hansen

Account Executive: Heidi Brown

Campaign Strategy & Research: Sterling-Rice Group

Group Creative Director: Chad Walker

Managing Director: Laurel Muir

Group Account Director: Laura Morin

Senior Account Director: Kelli Goodwin

Account Director: Kelly Yach

Account Manager: Kendall Saunders

Associate Director of Strategy: Brian O’Connell

Production and Post production:

Production company: MindsEye

Director: Brad Lubin

Producer: Ben Sullivan

DOP: Benedict Spence

Edit house: Speade

Editor: Gareth McEwen

Post: Coffee & TV

Sound: 750mph

Sound Designer: James Cobbold

Client: Almond Board of California

Emily Fleischmann: Vice President, Global Market Development

Dariela Roffe-Rackind: Director, Europe, Global Public Relations

Kath Martino: Consultant, Europe

Funny like a contortionist granny..



A good campaign.

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Reader Rating: ( 1 vote ) 9.8

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