Ogilvy urges people to question quality of ‘namak’ in new Tata Salt campaign

26 Oct,2017

By A Correspondent


Tata Salt has launched its new campaign, ‘Sawaal Kijiye Apne Namak Se’, to educate consumers about the quality of their salt and help them make well-informed decisions. The thought behind the 360-degree campaign is derived from the fact that, though salt is a universal and one of the oldest food seasonings, there is limited knowledge around the quality of salt and its impact on health.  The campaign’s TVC, conceptualised by Ogilvy and Mather, stars Konkana Sen Sharma and Tilottama Sharma as the lead protagonists.


Said Namrata Keswani, Head of Digital Domain, Ogilvy Mumbai: “The thinking behind this campaign was simple, sharp and clear. It was to make a hardworking product message like ‘purity test’ reach the consumer in an engaging way and make them try it themselves at home. Featuring talent like Konkana and Tilottama will ensure this message has high recall and will drive overall awareness about Tata Salt’s purity test.”


Added Sukesh Nayak, Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy West: “The campaign had to urge consumers to question the purity of their salt. We took clinical tests and demonstrated them in a memorable way, so that people can easily replicate them at home.”


Said Richa Arora, Chief Operating Officer (CPB), Tata Chemicals Ltd: “Salt is an irreplaceable ingredient in cooking and hence it’s important to ensure that the salt you use is not impure. Through this campaign, we aim to encourage people to test the purity of their salt as consumption of adulterated salt may lead to serious health implications. There is an urgent need to generate awareness among the masses about the various methods to identify adulterated salt. We at Tata Salt, are committed towards delivering health-aware products and are constantly working towards societal health and development.”



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