Window Takeover at Whole Foods Market

Soraya Janmohamed Co-founder & Marketing Director

We're so excited to be taking over the big window at Whole Foods Market's flagship store on High Street Kensington this April. And we'd love to hear what you think of it.

The focus is on our entire product range, because we're all about finding the right friendly bacteria supplement for you. Different types of probiotics work in different ways, after all.

Optibac in the window of Wholefoods

The setup in progress...

Win with a window selfie!

If you're passing by High Street Kensington this month and you've got a strong selfie game, take a cheeky snap with our window and upload it to social media. Just tag us @optibac and use the hashtag #springgutflora to enter. We'll give one lucky winner a 3 month's supply of Optibac of their choice. Don't forget to also give us a follow on twitterfacebook and/or instagram.

We can't wait to see your selfies come in - like the beautiful Annabel below! Thanks Annabel!

Wholefoods selfie

The finished result:

And here is the final look! What do you think? We'd love to hear in the comments box below.

Wholefoods finished display

The main window, view from inside the shop

Side wall in Wholefoods

The side window

We've never seen such big packs of Optibac in our life! And we can't wait to fit these into some other windows for independent health food shops and pharmacies around the country. It's also exciting to see our newest product, 'For every day MAX' coming to life in such giant form! The real deal is of course pretty tiny, but packs an impressive 50 billion probiotics into each capsule.

Finally, thanks to our friends at Neue for this fun, spring like design!

See these other posts for more information on our fantastic products:

Cosmopolitan magazine loves Optibac for skin
Glamour magazine loves 'For every day MAX'

Competition Ts & Cs:

Competition closes on Sunday 30th April and winner will be announced after that, and contacted on the relevant social channel. All entries may be reposted and used in Optibac Probiotics' marketing materials. Entrants must use a public profile to be considered.