Win a Product of The Year 2019 goodie bag worth £235
- Published on Tuesday, 12 February 2019 14:41
- Last Updated on 12 March 2019
- Monica Costa
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One of our London Mums members and readers can get her hands on award winning products worth over £235 included in the amazing Product of the Year 2019 Goody Bag that has been kindly donated by the lovely people behind the Product of the Year Awards 2019 that took place at the lavish London Sheraton Grand Hotel presented this year by my favourite British female comedian, Sally Phillips.
The annual Product of the Year awards are upon us once again – voted for by UK consumers just like you and the Product of the Year seal of approval gives shoppers the inside track on the most innovative buys around.
In celebration, London Mums have teamed up with Product of the Year to offer one lucky reader the chance to receive a bumper 2019 Goody Bag of award-winning products – the biggest yet!
How to enter:
Here’s your chance to bag yourself a fabulous Product of the Year 2019 Goody bag, jam-packed with a selection of the winning products worth over £235. To be in with a chance of winning it, simply subscribe to the London Mums YouTube channel www.youtube.com/user/londonmums and write both your favourite winning product (from the winners’ list) and the name of the comedian who presented this year’s award ceremony in the competition form below this post. Deadline to enter is midnight on 25 May 2019.
T&C’s The prize is one Product of the Year 2019 Goody bag containing a selection of winning products and vouchers (As shown). No cash or alternative prize will be offered.
The British public has voted for their favourite products across household categories and here they are:
Full list of 51 Product of the Year 2019 winners:
Adhesive:UniBond No More Nails Click & Fix, Henkel Ltd
Anti-Wrinkle Cream: NIVEA Q10plusC Anti-Wrinkle + Energy Sleep Cream, Beiersdorf UK – This one was one of my personal favourites
Baby Care:Huggies Extra Care Wipes, Kimberly-Clark
Beer & Cider: Bulmers Original Cider, Heineken UK Ltd
Bladder Weakness: lights by TENA, Essity
Cake: Cadbury Hero Cupcake Platter, Premier Foods
Cat Food: PURINA ONE® DualNature™, Nestlé Purina
Cereal: W.K.Kellogg Cereal Range, Kellogg’s
Cheese: President Soft Cheese Mini Selection, Lactalis McLelland
Cleaning Spray: Mr Muscle Platinum Range, SC Johnson Wax Ltd
Cleanser / Exfoliator: Olay Daily Facials, Procter & Gamble
Cold Tea:Fuze Tea, Coca-Cola GB
Confectionery: Maltesers Buttons, Mars Wrigley Company
Cooking Oil: Stork 100% Coconut Oil, Unilever
Dessert:Halo Top Ice Cream, Halo Top Creamery
Dog Food: Harringtons Wet Dog Food, Inspired Pet Nutrition
Dog Treat: Wagg Peanut Butter Cookies, Inspired Pet Nutrition – My mum has just got herself a new Maltese puppy called Molly and she loved these biscuits. From the label description they seem to be healthy too.
E-cigarette:Vype ePen 3, British American Tobacco
Feminine Care:Always Platinum, Procter & Gamble
Flavoured Water:Volvic Touch of Fruit Sugar Free Watermelon, Danone Waters UK & Ireland
Foot Care:Barefoot Nourishing Overnight Foot Treatment, Freeman Beauty
Formula Powder:Cow & Gate Follow On Milk Powder, Danone Early Life Nutrition
Formula RTD:Cow & Gate Follow On Milk Ready to Use,Danone Early Life Nutrition
Free From:Müller Fruit Corner Lactose Free, Müller UK & Ireland
General Household:Ambi Pur Febreze 3Volution Plugins & Refills, Procter & Gamble
Healthy Drink:Tropicana Essentials, PepsiCo
Hot Beverage:Carte Noire Classique, Lavazza Coffee UK Ltd
Household Paper:Regina Blitz, Intertissue
Kids Food & Drink:Mr Kipling Reduced Sugar Fruity Slices, Premier Foods
Kids Technology:Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Tablet, Amazon
Kids Toothbrush:Colgate Magik Toothbrushing Kit, Colgate-Palmolive
Kids Wellbeing:Boots Kids Multivitamin Gummy Packs, Walgreen Boots Alliance
Laundry Conditioner:Comfort Perfume Deluxe, Unilever
Laundry Detergent:Persil 3 in 1 Capsules, Unilever
Male Grooming:ManCave Micellar Cleansing Water, ManCave Inc.
Men’s Razor:Tesco Xprt for Men 5 Blade Razor, Edgewell Personal Care / Tesco
Milk & Dairy Drink:FRijj UHT, Müller UK & Ireland
Oral Care:TePe Interdental Brushes, TePe Oral Hygiene Products Ltd
Pain Relief:Nurofen Joint & Muscular Pain Relief Medicated Plaster, RB – I love this product to heal my muscles after all the fencing competitions and football matches …
Pasta Sauce:Dolmio Veggie Goodness, Mars Food UK
Personal Hair Trimmer:Veet Sensitive Precision Beauty Styler Expert, RB
Protein Bar:Grenade Carb Killa, Grenade
Seasoning:Schwartz Street Food Seasonings, McCormick
Snack Pots:Naked Meal Pots, Symington’s
Soft Drink:Robinsons Fruit Creations, Britvic PLC
Spread:Clover Light, Dairy Crest
Toiletries:Palmolive Aroma with Oil So Luminous and Just Fabulous, Colgate-Palmolive – This bath product is absolutely lush!!!
Whitening Toothpaste:Oral-B White Whitening Therapy Collection, Procter & Gamble – One of my favourite toothpastes ever!
Wine:Blossom Hill Pale Rosé, Treasury Wine Estates
Women’s Razor:Friction Free Shaving Rose Razor, Friction Free Shaving
Yogurt:Arla skyr Fruit & Oats, Arla Foods
Product of the Year at a glance:
- Established over 30 years ago in France
- Currently in over 40 countries around the world and growing
- Is an award for FMCG innovation including product function, design and packaging
A recent research has shed some lights into our shopping habits. Apparently only 5% of Brits admit to being persuaded by influencers or celebrities when it comes to trying new products, while nearly two thirds (60%) prefer to turn to friends and family for product recommendations. That’s why our London Mums’ network is quite crucial to support events like this.
These findings were issued today (25 January 2019) by Product of the Year, which surveyed more than 10,000 consumers to discover Brits’ purchasing behaviour and preferences around new products. Gen Z is most receptive to influencer marketing, with 11% agreeing that they are won over by famous people endorsing products, while only 3% of Millennials and Gen X are motivated by the marketing tactic.
The research also found that in these economically uncertain times, a competitive price is the most important factor affecting the products we put in our shopping baskets. Half (49%) of respondents named cost as the primary purchase driver, while 30% stated a product’s health credentials are the most important consideration for them. Only 12% of people questioned cited convenience as being of prime importance and even less (5%) were swayed by environmental factors.
These results have been released in conjunction with the Product of the Year awards ceremony last night (24 January), which crowned the best products from the last year, as voted for by the British public.
Images photo credit @SimonWilliams
Monica Costa founded London Mums in September 2006 after her son Diego’s birth together with a group of mothers who felt the need of meeting up regularly to share the challenges and joys of motherhood in metropolitan and multicultural London. London Mums is the FREE and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London https://londonmumsmagazine.com and you can connect on Twitter @londonmums