Grey Group Singapore wins Malaysian Dairy Industries' Vitagen Less Sugar account

Subbaraju Alluri_V1.jpgGrey Group has been tasked with revitalising Malaysian Dairy Industries' Vitagen Less Sugar in the Singaporean market.

Vitagen Less Sugar is a cultured milk drink made of fermented skim milk with billions of live probiotic cultures imported from Chr. Hansen Laboratory in Denmark, a leading cultures laboratory supplying high quality probiotics worldwide (good bacteria i.e. Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus casei) to help maintain a healthy digestive system. MDI and its subsidiaries manufacture distribute and market a wide range of food products such as sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk, UHT milk, juices and Asian drinks, pasteurised milk, juices, cultured milk, soft yoghurt, yoghurt drink, jelly and pudding.

Grey Group Singapore's Chief Executive Officer, Subbaraju Alluri, (pictured) said, "Our goal is to showcase the winning and superior attributes of Vitagen to increase their reach in the Singaporean market. Vitagen is backed by real science and we are incredibly excited to be working alongside Malaysian Dairy Industries to reach out and engage consumers to pursue better food choices". 
"Grey's strategic and creative approach to addressing our communications needs, coupled with their vast knowledge of the Singaporean market were decisive factors in entering this partnership," said MDI's Marketing Manager Hui See Thio.

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