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JustineBMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 02-Mar-18 17:08:59

Vitality has teamed up with Disney to create a magical digital experience to inspire families to lead a healthier lifestyle, with access to healthy recipes, healthy play activities and healthy habits content, as well as Disney rewards. They’re interested in your views about this digital experience and the launch of the partnership.

All who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £300 voucher for the store of their choice (from a list).

Please click here to complete the survey.

Thanks and good luck!

MNHQ

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Lottbarn Fri 02-Mar-18 18:50:56

Done ✅

LeafyLainey Fri 02-Mar-18 19:19:29

Done

justtowarm Fri 02-Mar-18 19:49:54

Done

Bryonie2017 Fri 02-Mar-18 19:58:00

Done

PerfectlySymmetricalButtocks Fri 02-Mar-18 20:38:41

Done. It's aimed at younger DC than mine.

Vonklump Fri 02-Mar-18 21:03:38

Done.
There wasn't an option to feedback on the survey but those recipes were very limiting.
Mangoes and strawberries for snacks price limits a large amount of the population.
The low fat peanut butter also annoyed me. For the age range of the target audience they would be better promoting full fat products in small amounts.

blacktiger Fri 02-Mar-18 23:25:06

Done

Sauvignonblanket Sat 03-Mar-18 07:20:10

I

Stickladilove Sat 03-Mar-18 08:39:37

Done

ViceAdmiralAmilynHoldo Sat 03-Mar-18 12:40:06

That website was such a load of nonsense! I have teenagers and it was of no interest and little value.
When you are marketing Mickey Mouse shaped cuts of strawberry teenagers are not really the target!

AlwaysPondering Sat 03-Mar-18 16:55:59

Done

maryandbuzz1 Sat 03-Mar-18 18:10:15

All done

RancidOldHag Sat 03-Mar-18 18:11:40

<pedant klaxon>

This sort of piece, which has presumably been read and signed off on by a number of people, reall yshould not be using 'disinterested' when it seems 'uninterested' is the intended meaning.

RockCrushesLizard Sat 03-Mar-18 22:43:44

The website wording is pretty poor too: hand washing can "prevent 24% less colds"? It's nonsense.

The recipes are also poor - most are simply standard foods, prepped to look pretty. 40 minutes prep for a lunch box? Get real!

The activities are also unoriginal, standard fare, just Disney themed.

It feels like a poorly designed add on, and I can't imagine anyone choosing insurance based on it.

Strigiformes Sun 04-Mar-18 09:45:33

Done.

BevBrook Sun 04-Mar-18 10:26:24

I thought I was answering questions about a margarine company until about half way down! I’ve never heard of Vitality and got them muddled up with Vitalite I think.

Unihorn Mon 05-Mar-18 01:16:10

As huge Disney fans this would be massively appealing to us!

AuntieStella Wed 07-Mar-18 06:06:44

I've heard of Vitality (because I run) but think this initiative is wrongly pitched.

It's (probably) suitable for primary aged children, but really wouldn't appeal at all to older ones - it currently says it covers up to age 17 and i really don't think it does.

TellMeItsNotTrue Thu 08-Mar-18 14:07:56

Done, it looks really interesting

64BooLane Fri 09-Mar-18 11:32:12

Done.

Did anyone else find the “put the features in order” functionality kind of awkward on mobile? It kept reordering them when I tried to scroll.

peachweach Tue 13-Mar-18 08:48:20

Done!

travelmonster Tue 13-Mar-18 21:42:10

Disinterested means impartial.

I think "uninterested" was the phrase they might have been going for.

Maybe worth tweaking as "neither interested nor impartial" makes no sense.

dannydog1 Sat 17-Mar-18 16:19:54

Done

Soubriquet Wed 21-Mar-18 10:10:31

Done. It was interesting to me with little ones but not so good for teens I think

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