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Bauli Group launches ‘Kya Khaayein?’ campaign to create buzz around its signature product, Moonfils

Bauli Group—the Italian confectionary and bakery major—launched their latest campaign, “Kya Khaayein?’ to create buzz around its signature product, Moonfils. Bauli Moonfils are soft and delicious puff rolls filled with a light-flavoured cream, hence making them the perfect snack at any time of the day.

This year, Bauli completes 100 years of creating the best in baking and confectionery foods with delicious and balanced recipes. Born out of the same Italian values and traditions, the campaign conceptualised and executed by BBH India was born out of a simple insight: It takes more time deciding what to eat than it takes to eat these days.

The TVC uses humour to demonstrate how the dilemma of ‘Kya Khaayein?’ (lit., what to eat?) can annoy one to no end. However, Bauli Moonfils is the perfectly delicious, light, yet no-fuss snack that can keep this dilemma at bay.

Abhinandan Dhoke, MD, Bauli India, said that Moonfils offers tasty snacks for audiences across generations. There is a growing trend among young Indians to be more experimental and to adapt to a global palate.

The Bauli brand has always focused on introducing new-age snack formats to India. Through our robust distribution network, we make this world-class product accessible to our vast audience across the country.

Russell Barrett, CCO & CEO, BBH India, said, “Kya Khaayein” is a question that will derail every conversation or situation till it is answered. It’s a pressing, urgent question that demands our complete attention, and Bauli Moonfils chose to be the answer. It’s extremely difficult to land a new perspective in the snacking category, and we are extremely excited about the potential of this work. It was fantastic to collaborate with likeminded clients at Bauli, and every conversation was enriching.

Bauli Moonfils are available in four flavours – Choco Cream, Strawberry, Vanilla, and Orange. They come in both vegetarian (eggless) and non-vegetarian (made with eggs) categories. It is available in retail stores as well as large format stores across India and a few export markets. They are also on e-commerce platforms like Big Basket, Swiggy, Instamart, Blinkit, etc.

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