UK challenger model Ordo is continuous its bid to disrupt the oral care sector, having launched this July into Sainsbury’s with a point-of-display that’s seeking to carry extra magnificence to the dental aisle, grouping its vary alongside a glossy out-of-box unit.
Ordo’s itemizing with Sainsbury’s covers greater than 380 shops and is a part of the grocery store’s Future Manufacturers program. 5 SKUs can be found in complete, with Ordo’s EDLP priced Sonic+ Electrical Toothbrush taking centre stage, in a selection of two colors. Rounding off the vary are the Sonic+ Brush Heads – 4 Pack, additionally obtainable in two colors, and Full Care Toothpaste – 80ml.
Ordo has been designated prime shelf area shoulder to shoulder with market leaders, which it has used to design two variations of its minimalistic POD – probably the most outstanding of which has been carried out in Sainsbury’s flagship shops.
The forward-thinking fixture takes its design cues from the private tech sector, balancing a present of aesthetics with info on efficacy. A transparent acrylic field above the out-of-box toothbrush permits extra retailer gentle to light up the comb in its charging base.
One other distinction is the merchandising of the toothpaste with the toothbrushes and brush heads – an unconventional transfer for UK supermarkets. The grouping collectively of Ordo’s vary “marks step one in constructing a one cease store for oral care,” the UK model stated.
Barty Walsh, co-founder of Ordo stated: “We wished to make a daring assertion with our Sainsbury’s launch. It’s one other robust step ahead on our mission to carry honest pricing and distinctive merchandise to the oral care class.”
“The Sainsbury’s Future Manufacturers program has confirmed an actual trailblazer in bringing distinctive and revolutionary manufacturers to clients throughout the UK, so it made excellent sense for us to accomplice with them for our debut into UK supermarkets,” Walsh added.
The increase in Ordo’s retail presence comes lower than a yr after the UK start-up landed in Boots – marking its first main transfer into retail after establishing itself as a direct-to-consumer enterprise in 2018.