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The Value of Culture in the Quest for Inspiring Work

The Value of Culture in the Quest for Inspiring Work

Natural Products Expo West 2017 was a particularly memorable food tradeshow this year. Not only was the size awe-inspiring, but the passion present on the showroom floor made the entire Anaheim Convention Center buzz with energy.

 

As our RMD team walked from Challenger Food brand booth to booth, we certainly felt it.

This is one event made us pause and realize just how grateful we are to be a part of such an independently unique industry. Keynote speaker Doug Rauch, Co-CEO of Conscious Capitalism, Inc. and Founder & President of the Daily Table, spoke of conscious consumerism inspiration. Is the food industry doing its part to maintain the integrity consumers so desperately desire? Are we, as an industry, doing our part to lead shoppers to better choices, more healthful choices, greener and more sustainable choices? Are we offering consumers goods because we truly believe in their inherent benefit?

It’s now more important than ever that our purpose for selling food be pure. Profit may be our oxygen, but our purpose runs much, much deeper.

For each brand that purpose is different. Perhaps it’s a commitment to connecting shoppers with the nostalgic foods they grew up with and loved. Perhaps it’s delivering an authentic meal and a taste of ethnic cuisine to those who want to experience the world … but have never left their home. Perhaps it’s helping today’s busier-than-ever consumer take a moment for herself and reconnect to what is most important.

Just one bite can take a consumer from shopper to brand lover. And that comes only when a brand’s purpose is broadcasted loud and clear at every point of sale.

What’s your brand’s oxygen? 90,000 attendees at this year’s Expo West will tell you – there’s more to a love brand than money in the pocket. Let your purpose drive your product to new heights and do what this incredible industry does best: serve.

Five SEO Tips to Boost Your Content in a Major Way

Five SEO Tips to Boost Your Content in a Major Way

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Experts understand that there is more value in the outcomes of SEO than in the outputs, which can make it difficult to be patient when establishing a strategy for your food brand. However, there are a few tactics that food marketing professionals employ to make the process more seamless.

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1. Work with an expert.
While SEO is undeniably a waiting game – it takes patience and persistence as you work towards increased social media interaction and organic growth in web traffic – it certainly helps to have strategic thinkers behind the work you put into it. Working with an experienced food marketing team ensures you take advantage of all that SEO offers.

2. Give long-form content a shot.
“Co-occurrence is the frequency in which terms or related groups of words appear in a given material,” according to author Al Gomez in a recent blog. Long-form content can give you the freedom to utilize co-occurrence without sounding monotonous. Plus, it allows you to incorporate more of your prime SEO keywords!

3. Take advantage of social media.
While focusing on link building and optimizing your website may seem an obvious part of the SEO puzzle, some food brands don’t put quite as much effort in managing social media. Doing so is an important part in amplifying your content. With consistent content creation, you can build your brand’s authority in the social space and overall presence.

SEO helps to create buzz around your company, its mission and the value it gives customers. Google+, Pinterest, YouTube and LinkedIn are your partners, helping you to grow, grow, grow!

4.Keep it organic.
While it’s important to incorporate strong, branded keywords in your content, it’s also important to maintain the integrity of your work. SEO keywords should fit into each piece of content naturally. Why? Consumers search in conversational questions and statements. Informal language embedded into your website helps to ensure you’re attracting an audience that’s looking for exactly what your food brand has to offer – whether it’s a convenient way to get the family gathered around the dinner table or an easy way to fundraise for your school’s sports team.

5. Create strong communities.
Google is all about pulling up the most accurate search results for its users. Therefore, it’s important to gear your content to a highly targeted audience. You can narrow your niche by relieving the points of pain your audience frequently experiences, as well as by grabbing their attention by using specific topics, keywords, and recommendations.

Finally, it’s important to remember what Matt Cutts said: “The objective is not to ‘make your links appear natural’; the objective is that your links are natural.”

Donn’s passion for food began while growing up in the culturally diverse city of Detroit. Experiencing the wonderful flavors of the city taught him that there’s more to life than the same old same old. Today, Donn takes that same approach with the creative direction of the agency.

24 Things We Learned & Loved at Expo West

24 Things We Learned & Loved at Expo West

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There was so much to see at Natural Products Expo West this year! From our clients that were exhibiting to the brands that inspired us, we flew home with our heads full of BIG ideas.

This is our 24th anniversary, so in keeping with the theme, we’ll share 24 trends we noticed as we walked the aisles.

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1. Keep an eye out for bone broth!

2. The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in the food industry.

3. The great divide between certifications, such as gluten-free, organic and all-natural, still remains. Consumers have more than ever to decipher as they navigate nutrition.

4. Brands that grow fastest are those that move swiftly and with a great deal of energy.

5. Taste trumps all. All other aspects of a product are irrelevant if it tastes great.

6. The industry grows in direct proportion to America’s love affair with food. We’re entranced with nostalgia and pop culture all at once.

7. Select food brands have become so popular that the entrepreneurs behind the brand name have become celebrities in many respects.

8. The strongest brands are fueled by a food tribe of consumers that love the brand, as well as a team that is passionate about its success.

9. Similar products are saturating the market, the ever-present question is, how do you stand out? Having a unique voice is vital to success right now.

10.Smart on-the-go snacking is still a hot topic as consumers continue to live their busy, fast-paced lifestyles and want healthy options they can feel good about.

11. Transparency is still one of the most important aspects of a product companies continue to feature.

12. In line with the need for transparency is the need for the humane treatment of animals. Consumers continue to be concerned about where their food is coming from. That’s what we like to see! Check out NestFresh for a look at transparency done right.

13. Jerkies, meats and high protein products are still all the rage.

14. Pulses are currently emerging as a hot trend.

15. Interactive marketing had a huge impact on how recognizable a brand was at Expo West.

16. While there were fewer frozen food brands exhibiting, this could be a great opportunity to capitalize on the benefits of frozen food, highlighting freezing as a natural preservative. That’s why we love our frozen food clients, like Mom Made Foods, Tandoor Chef and Graeter’s Ice Cream.

17. Packaging saw a trend towards a clean and modern feel, with a color design of only two to three colors.

18. Clean nutritional panels are a huge draw for today’s health conscious consumers.

19. Candy has expanded to the organic category, offering consumers a new way to indulge.

20. Organic sodas and juices continue to grow in influence, with fruit flavors being the most popular.

21. The granola and energy bar categories are congested. Differentiation in packaging and variety in flavor will likely help it to grow.

22. Dairy brands are focused primarily on yogurt and cheese. However, butter has great potential to take the category by storm … Minerva Dairy, anyone?

23. Digital displays with video – showcasing best practices and sustainability – helped a number of brands find success at Expo West.

24. Healthy snacks for children, with a focus on fun, party packs and small sizes, made headway.

24 Reasons to Fall in Love with Frozen Food

24 Reasons to Fall in Love with Frozen Food

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Frozen food is often underappreciated and underutilized by today’s consumers. When there’s so much to love, we won’t stand idly by and watch America’s freezers fill up with 6 month old pork chops and ice cubes.

Instead, in honor of RMD’s 24th anniversary this month, we’re sharing 24 reasons to fall in love with frozen food again.

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There are 24 miscellaneous fun facts and reasons we’re stocking our freezers with brands like Graeter’s Ice Cream, Tandoor Chef and Mom Made Foods. Read on!

1. Frozen foods do not require any added preservatives to keep them safe and consumable, because microbes cannot grow on any food that is at a temperature less than 0°F. Freezing is a natural way to preserve nutrients!

2. Despite old wives’ tales, freezing food does not remove any nutrients, unlike other processes that tend to strip them.

3. You don’t need to be afraid of freezer burn or color changes in your properly frozen food. Freezer burn is just the result of air hitting frozen food and allowing the ice to sublimate.

4. Freezing food typically keeps items edible indefinitely. Although taste and quality may diminish over time, some items, such as poultry and meat, can be consumed up to a year after being stored in the freezer. Warm up to frozen food!

5. Although freezing food was used as a storage technique in cold weather climates for many years, it is believed to have first been applied to industrial food sales sometime in the 1800s.

6. Carl Paul Gottfried Linde, an engineer, scientist and professor at the Technical University of Munich, helped pioneer industrial cooling. His plans for an ice machine in the nineteenth century spurred the evolution of the refrigerator.

7. The freezing process has inspired brands like Crunchtables to make vegetables more enticing … and more delicious!

8. The namesake of Birds Eye Vegetables came from the company’s founder, Clarence Birdseye, who introduced the idea of flash freezing to the world.

9. Birdseye’s food was so prevalent that it was actually the first frozen food sold commercially in the United States.

10. The first “complete” frozen meal was not actually the beloved “TV dinner”—it was airplane food! Each frozen meal included a meat, a vegetable, a potato and was meant to be reheated for in-air enjoyment. Even though the term was originally a brand name for Swanson’s frozen dinners, it soon became synonymous with any packaged frozen dinner that could be easily eaten on a tray in front of (you guessed it!) the TV.

11. Ditch the preservatives. Freezing is a simple, preservative-free way to keep the food you love fresh. A ripe avocado? Fresh for a couple of days before it goes brown. Tender boneless chicken simmered and seasoned in a zesty, authentic Indian sauce in our Chicken Curry however, can stay fresh in the freezer until you’re ready to enjoy it!

12. Break seasonal barriers. With the magic of freezing, you can enjoy all of your favorite seasonal veggies year-round. Which nutrient-rich vegetable is your go-to?

13. The frozen aisle helps companies like Mad Mini Foods to bring fun, clean ingredients and portion control to those of us who need a little indulgence without the guilt.

14. Waste less. Did you know that seven in ten households regularly throw away up to twenty items of fresh or chilled food straight into the trash every month? Break the mold and go frozen!

15. Fresh raw fruits and vegetables are often harvested before they reach their peak nutritional value and then ripen “off the vine” while they are transported long distances. On the other hand, vegetables that offer the greatest nutritional value, flavor, color and ripeness are quickly frozen to retain these natural qualities.

16. Frozen food holds so much history for brands like Graeter’s Ice Cream who still used time-tested Old World processes to bring authenticity to consumers.

17. “Some of the hottest products in the frozen food aisle are portable, ready-to-eat and offer no-mess preparation and easy cleanup.  All this built-in convenience means time-pressed moms and dads can quickly prepare wholesome and tasty meals that allow for more quality time around the table,” according to the Frozen Food Foundation.

18. Frozen foods are real value. They are often lower in cost per serving and have much greater shelf life than refrigerated foods by their very nature.

19. The freezing process can reduce the number of potentially harmful bacteria, which can cause food poisoning.

20. Buying frozen food means you can take fewer trips to get groceries, thereby reducing your individual carbon footprint.

21. Before frozen food became a way of life, any excess fresh crops were simply wasted, thrown away or ploughed back into the ground. Freezing has meant that farmers can sell entire harvests.

22. Frozen food allows brands like Mom Made Foods to bring America’s families simple and nutritious ways to lead their on-the-go lifestyles while not compromising on health!

23. Eco scientists claim that buying frozen is good for the environment. Fresh exotic fish can be flown in daily from nearly anywhere, but frozen fish keeps for long periods in the freezer. This cuts down on your shopping trips and flights for seasonal deliveries.

24. Frozen food is what defines a number of our clients, and without them, we wouldn’t be RMD!

Happy Anniversary RMD!

Happy Anniversary RMD!

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March marks RMD Advertising’s 24th anniversary. That’s 24 years of exemplary client service, 24 years of cultivating a culture of intensely passionate, smart-as-a-whip RMD’ers … and 24 years of celebrating the food industry. All month long, we’re shedding a spotlight on what makes RMD great, from the people to our clients.

Tweet: Why do we love #RMD? In honor of our 24th anniversary, here are 24 of our fave things! #AgencyLife https://ow.ly/YFl5l https://ctt.ec/aa36jWhy do we love #RMD? In honor of our 24th anniversary, here are 24 of our fave things! #AgencyLife https://ow.ly/YFl5l https://ctt.ec/aa36j

We asked team members to share what makes RMD special, and this is what we heard:

24: “RMD is a culture of learning, of growing and of failing forward. We believe that if you’re not growing, you’re sinking.”

23: “We plank. We host water challenges. We ring the gong. We do what we can to make RMD more than just a place of work!”

22: “We’re smart marketers, constantly sharpening our skills. RMD works hard to deliver the best of the best for our clients – no exceptions.”

21: “We’re experts in our field and know how to put our clients first. This drives us to think harder and smarter each and every day.”

20: “Puppies in the office! Who else can say that?”

19: “We’ve got a great culture!”

18: “RMD works with truly incredible food brands, many of which are family-owned. What a gift to be able to work so closely to people who are passionate about the food business.”

17: “RMD is a team of people who make the environment what it is: Inspiring, enthusiastic and driven.”

16: “To be able to say I am an RMD’er is a point of pride.”

15: “Every day is a celebration. From National Margarita Day to National Toast Day and from Random Acts of Kindness Month to throwing baby showers for a fellow team member, we make the most of it!”

14: “We get to celebrate our amazing clients by eating their delicious food!”

13: “There is great music pumping through the office all the time.”

12: “We focus on taking care of each other and our clients each and every day.”

11: “Working with amazing food brands and becoming experts in our industry as well as theirs is something I am truly proud of.”

10: “Puppies in the office!”

9: “Who else can say they work with the best stress managers in the world? Dogs!”

8: “RMD is part of the Columbus community, embodying its energy and vibrancy!”

7: “We inspire each other to push farther each day. We push past our creative limits for the sake of our clients, whom we love.”

6: “Did we mention the dogs in the office?”

5: “Our clients inspire us to be better marketers, faster marketers, smarter marketers!”

4: “We learn so much from our clients. They’re the reason we push for success and abandon the status quo each and every time.”

3: “Seeing that increase in numbers each month, whether in the social space or in sales, is so gratifying. It’s something that makes RMD standout.”

2: Working with the RMD team is unlike working on any other team I’ve experienced. The commitment to bringing our clients success is at a caliber I am proud to say is not commonplace in our industry.”

1: “Food is our passion and working with so many family-owned brands is a gift I never take for granted. They’re invested in their company and take an incredible amount of pride in the product they put on the shelves. It is a true honor.”

Snack Attack this Month!

Snack Attack this Month!

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National Snack Food Month is more than a celebration of America’s love for the salty, the sweet and everything in between. Especially in the age of the snack-loving consumer, National Snack Food Month has taken on an entirely new meaning.

This month, we’re celebrating our favorite brands and taking a look at how America has changed the way it eats. Gone are the days of the sit-down meal. Today, it’s all about fueling up and hitting the road!

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“Sales of snacks account for a whopping forty percent of the $370 billion U.S. packaged food market and are set to grow two percent annually through 2019,” according to Food Navigator. As a matter of fact, the snack food industry is driving America’s food scene forward, with sales growing more than three percent a year since 2008.

It’s easy to reap the benefits of this trend as a snack food brand. However, we’ve learned that industry leaders ask why. The answer? Millennials.

While millennials can be pin pointed for moving the needle on some of today’s biggest flavor trends, they are also the culprits of our fascination with snacking. Research says they tend to replace meals with snacks two times more frequently than other generations. Making the most of this trend are brands featuring protein-rich and healthier-for-you grab-and-go options that capitalize on consumers’ focus on nutrition.

Brands can take advantage of America’s renewed interest in snacking by speaking loudly and clearly to consumers’ need for speed. We’ve evolved into a quick-paced culture and our eating habits need to fuel our busy lives!

Random Acts of Kindness Month

Random Acts of Kindness Month

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    RMD Advertising’s culture is all about making a difference in all we do. We carry our values with us daily – in our relationships with each other and with our clients. That’s why we’re gearing up for our 5th Annual Random Acts of Kindness Month, celebrating like never before.

    We love making a difference in the lives of our clients! Each brand we work with is an extension of our own RMD family. What does this dynamic create? A team of passionate professionals who know that we are only as great as that of our clients’ successes.

    In February, we’re reconnecting with the human side of advertising. We’re making a conscious effort to build the relationships that matter most to us: RMD’er to RMD’er and RMD’er to client!

    Read on for three ways to spread love all month long in February for Random Acts of Kindness Month:

    At RMD, we’ll give one RAK challenge in three parts and invite team members to complete each challenge. Here’s the catch: On the last Mojo Friday of the month, the annual RAK RAD RMD’er Award will be given to the team member who exemplifies the true spirit of Random Acts of Kindness Month (which means one extra day off during the year)!

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    How can you broadcast this fun challenge across your place of work? Let us know!

    Part One: Give Strong
    Weekly challenges will be given on Yammer. Team members are challenged to complete each task and report that they did so on Mojo Friday.

    1. Go to Starbucks and buy coffee for the customer behind you.
    2. While out, tell someone they dropped a dollar (even though they didn’t) and give them a dollar (or more!)
    3. Buy a few grocery staples for your local food pantry on your next trip to the store. Learn about how we boosted our mission for Wagons Ho Ho Ho this way!
    4. Send a handwritten note to someone you haven’t talked to in a while. There’s just something so personal about pen and paper, isn’t there? Commit to returning to it this week and put a smile on someone’s face!
    5. Going out to eat? Tip a little extra or give a compliment to the restaurant’s manager or chef!

    Part Two: Share the Love
    Share your love for your colleagues! Whether you buy your officemate lunch or surprise someone down the hall with a few words of encouragement left on a sticky note, put your heart into it! Your energy is contagious and by giving positivity, you’ll attract positivity!

    Part Three: Give On
    While we love Random Acts of Kindness Month, we believe that the habits we pick up in February should stick with us! Why? Because we are more than an advertising agency. We are more than the amazing results we churn out each and every day. We are only as greats as the love we put into our relationships here.

    “Here is the simple truth about people: Love the ones you want to keep.”
    – Iain Thomas

    Donnelly is a millennial and a food writer based in Columbus, Ohio.  She started writing from a very young age, and her writing skills are a reflection of her passion for food, baking and the creative arts, overall.  She moved to the agency world after a stint as a ballerina.  On her journey, she learned a range of skills, including creative writing, the art of influence in advertising and PR, and how food helps people of differing backgrounds connect on an emotional level.

5 ways to connect with food consumers on the radio

5 ways to connect with food consumers on the radio

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Despite misnomers that radio is a dying medium, 93% of adult consumers tune into the radio each week, according to the Nielsen 2015 Music Report. Are you making your voice heard?

With a broad spectrum of consumers as your captive audience, a CPG brand can make an impact on consumers’ buying patterns and shopping behavior. Taking advantage of valuable learned media and airtime to position yourself as an expert in the food industry as well as a confidant consumers can learn to lean on is critical and smart!

Here are five easy ways to make sure your food brand is connecting with your ideal consumer on the radio.

1. Make it educational.
Among all of the news headlines that bombard consumers from the moment they get out of bed, your radio segment should offer them a break from all of that noise. Whether you’re sharing ways health-conscious families can make an easier transition to gluten-free or tips for hosting the perfect homegating party, give your audience a reason to listen. Make their lives better!

2. Make it timely.
Your advertising agency should be able to expertly tune into today’s timeliest headlines. They are usually a great way to take the nation’s pulse. What do your consumers care about? Does sustainable farming intrigue them? Do non-GMO foods fill their pantries? What inspires their buying decisions? Take a walk in your audience’s shoes to better cater to their wants and needs!

3. Make it simple.
In the age of the “listicle”, an article presented in a numbered or bullet-pointed list, consumers have learned to digest information in bite-sized chunks. Your listeners may be multi-tasking or preoccupied, but make sure you fit into their on-the-go lives. By making sure your radio segment is easily digestible, you can better capture the attention of those who matter most. Your consumers!

4. Make it actionable.
Give listeners a clear way to take action. Once you’ve reeled them in with an interesting segment, don’t let them tune out just before you can plant one final seed: How to find your brand. Now that the consumer sees your product as one to trust, make it easy for them and outline a clear call-to-action (CTA). Often overlooked, CTA’s are the last thing your consumer will hear before they make the decision to support your brand!

5.Make it personality-filled.
The radio is a unique platform in that you must portray the essence of your brand in a short interview or sound clip. Without the help of a visual element, this can sometimes be a challenge. Make sure to represent your product well with excitement and an authoritative voice. Next, match your tone and content to the essence of the Brand. Finally, be descriptive! Direct shoppers where to go once they enter the grocery store. Should they head to the deli section? Or perhaps the snack food aisle? This is a great way to ensure you leave a clear impression on the mind of each listener!

Alexandra Brazie As the Senior Media Specialist at RMD Advertising, Alexandra Brazie makes meaningful media contacts and positions our food clients in the print, on the screens and on the airwaves that make the biggest impact on their Brand. She loves pitching food, talking about food and eating food. She’s a girl after our hearts!

The faces of RMD

The faces of RMD

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RMD is smart. RMD is driven. RMD is caring. RMD is extraordinary.

You may think you know RMD, but you’ve never seen us like this! Get to know the faces of RMD in a whole new way. Now, when you visit our website, you’ll notice it’s a little livelier.

Get to know our team by scrolling over each avatar to reveal that RMDer’s photo. The sparkle in our eyes and the laughter just behind every smile can’t be matched. This is us in the flesh … well, almost.



 

Donnelly is a millennial and a food writer based in Columbus, Ohio.  She started writing from a very young age, and her writing skills are a reflection of her passion for food, baking and the creative arts, overall.  She moved to the agency world after a stint as a ballerina.  On her journey, she learned a range of skills, including creative writing, the art of influence in advertising and PR, and how food helps people of differing backgrounds connect on an emotional level.

5 ways to grow your food brand on
social media

5 ways to grow your food brand on
social media

Since the beginning of 2014, the amount of active users on social media has increased twelve percent. Similarly, the amount of active social media users on mobile has increased by seven percent. And the average daily use of social media by consumers? It’s increased by two hours and thirteen minutes!

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These statistics beg the question: Are you maximizing your food brand’s efforts in the social space?

Consumers are looking for brands they can trust, brands they can feed their families … brands they feel good about supporting.

Speak to your consumers and turn them into brand loyalists with these five tips to growing your brand on social media:

1. Snap away. Take lots of branded photos! Show your fans that there are real people behind your brand. It’s important to share photos (and videos!) that speak to the foodie in us all. Consider things like photo composition and lighting when taking the perfect Instagram-ready photo!

2. Say hello. When your fans wave hello, it’s only polite to wave back! Make sure your consumers know you’re there. With a simple tweet like, “Thanks for the fan love,” you can build lasting relationships like Graeter’s Ice Cream did here on Twitter.

3. Brand you… You know you’re special, so show your consumers what makes you unique! Does your brand boast low calories? Is it nutritionally dense? Is it the first ever (fill in the blank)? Shout it out!

4. Share what makes you different. Be sure to share with your social media audience new and inventive ways to use your product that they may not know about! They’ll be inspired to try each exciting and creative recipe!

5. Be a problem solver. Your consumers are looking for ways to make their lives easier. Cater to their needs and demonstrate that you’re an industry leader. On Facebook, Family Finest is dedicated to serving hhard-workingfamilies who are just looking for new and easy ways to bring everyone together.

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Donnelly is a millennial and a food writer based in Columbus, Ohio.  She started writing from a very young age, and her writing skills are a reflection of her passion for food, baking and the creative arts, overall.  She moved to the agency world after a stint as a ballerina.  On her journey, she learned a range of skills, including creative writing, the art of influence in advertising and PR, and how food helps people of differing backgrounds connect on an emotional level.

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