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Bronze Eurobest

Case Film

Presentation Board

Entrant Company MARCEL Paris, FRANCE
Advertising Agency MARCEL Paris, FRANCE
Production Company PRODIGIOUS Paris, FRANCE
Name Company Position
Patricia Chatelain/Sylvie Colé/Mathieu Delcourt/Myrtille Massoubre Intermarché Advertiser Supervisor
Erik Vervroegen Publicis Worldwide Chief Creative Officer
Anne De Maupeou Marcel Chief Creative Officer
Dimitri Guerassimov Marcel Executive Creative Director
Julien Benmoussa Marcel Creative Director
Julien Benmoussa/Gaëtan Du Peloux/Youri Guerassimov Marcel Copywriters
Youri Guerassimov/Gaëtan Du Peloux/Anaïs Boileau Marcel Art Directors
Blandine Mercier/Lou De Keyzer/Noëlla Neffati Marcel Account Supervisor/Account Manager/Project Manager
Guillaume Le Gorrec/Leoda Esteve Marcel Strategic Planning
Prodigious/Indaprod Production Companies
Jean Luc Chirio/Soone Riboud Publicis Global Print Manager/Art Buyer
Justine Beaussart Prodigious Producer
Patrice De Villiers Photographer
L’asile Paris Retouching
Cédric Dubourg/Fabien Dubois Directors
Mikael Arslanyan Prodigious Editor

The Brief

Each year, we throw over 300 million tons of fruits and vegetables away worldwide. Why? Mainly because of their aspect (57%). As the European Union made 2014 the European year against food waste, Intermarché the 3rd largest supermarkets chain in France, decided to try and change their customers perceptions to encourage better behaviours towards the non-calibrated fruits and vegetables. How? By showing them that though they might by ugly looking, there are as good as any others.

Creative Execution

Intermarché made every effort to celebrate these “inglorious fruits and vegetables” the way they deserve to be celebrated. They got their own print and film campaign, , their own local poster and radio campaign, their own in-store branding, their own aisle in store, their own labelling, and their own spots on the sale receipt. Finally, for people to realize that they were just as good as the others, Intermarché designed and distributed inglorious vegetables soups and inglorious fruit juices in stores.

Describe the creative solution to the brief/objective.

Intermarché launched “the inglorious fruits and vegetables”. A campaign to rehabilitate the imperfect fruits and vegetables by celebrating the beauty of the ridiculous potato, the hideous orange or the failed lemon... For the very first time, a supermarket decided to change the way the system works. Intermarché bought from its growers the products they usually throw away, and sold them in stores just like any others, but 30% cheaper to make it attractive to its consumers.


Our new kind of fruits & vegetables were an immediate success. Intermarché sold 1.2 tons average per store during the first two days and many of them had been sold out before the next replenishment. The in-store traffic increased by 24% overall and the entire fruits and vegetables section benefited from the campaign as the sales grew by 10%. With over 20 print articles, 75 web articles, 3 300 tweets, 3 600 re-tweets, and mentions on national television, the campaign reached over 13 million people in France! This campaign accelerated the change within Intermarché as the offer is to be implemented nationally, and amongst competition, as Intermarché’s two main competitors are now thinking about to launch a similar offer.