Mullen Lintas Mumbai wins strategic and creative duties of packaged foods brand Too Yumm!

Amer Jaleel.jpgThe RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group recently announced its foray into the FMCG space with Guiltfree Industries Ltd. The launch has been kicked off with the unveiling of its packaged foods brand - Too Yumm! for which Guiltfree Industries Ltd has appointed Mullen Lintas Mumbai as its creative agency.

The Too Yumm! mandate includes strategic and creative duties for a high impact launch across markets for digital and mainline. Interestingly, the brand name Too Yumm! was proposed by the agency.

On appointing Mullen Lintas as the creative agency, Suhail Sameer, President Business Development & Growth, Guiltfree Industries said, "We met multiple big creative marketing agencies to help us in our brand and product launches. While all of them had their strengths, we loved the creative and strategic thinking which Mullen Lintas brought to the table. Also their solution orientation and proactive approach, critical for the tight timelines we are working under stood apart. We are extremely happy with their support on Too Yumm! so far."
Commenting on the win, Amer Jaleel, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, Mullen Lintas (pictured above) said, "It's an exciting win for Mullen Lintas. It's not often, especially in FMCG that one gets to work with a client right from the formation of a company on its very first brand, a brand we have literally birthed from the name itself. It's been wonderful working closely with Sanjiv Goenka and the leadership team in bringing this brand to life."

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