Roblox farming is about to come true. Frozen food manufacturer McCain Foods wants young consumers to grow potatoes in the metaverse with a new game on its platform.
The world’s largest producer of finished potatoes hope Educating clients about the challenges facing the farming community and the benefits of regenerative agriculture.
Integrated into Roblox’s popular game Livetopia, the farm of the future lets players grow potatoes virtually using regenerative farming techniques that improve and restore soil health. The game will be free.
Players are rewarded for applying regeneration techniques such as planting cover crops, consolidating livestock through rotation grazing, and promoting biodiversity.
“It is important to reach young consumers with the right message at the right place, at the right time – meeting them where they are. This is about building more sustainable food systems through regenerative agriculture. It’s important to raise awareness of what we do,” said Christine Calvenes, Global Head of Innovation and Marketing at McCain.
Roblox and advertising
On the other hand, the community is Advertising influence Underage players on platforms like Roblox. Companies influence users not only through traditional advertising methods, but also through “impressions”.
Roblox is a popular advertising platform among brands. McCain has reached out to multiple media his platforms as well as his Roblox.The company also partnered bored and hungry,boring monkey A yacht club style restaurant in Long Beach, California. He will also be opening temporary stores in London and Toronto on November 3-4 and he will open on November 16-18, respectively. McCain touts his new Regen Fries grown using regenerative farming techniques.
There are also shady efforts by advertisers to reach young children in virtual worlds, but potato farming must be innocent. There’s nothing quite like the taste of virtual French fries! It’s also good for the heart because no one is eating it.
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