McGarryBowen is behind a new campaign for Kraft announcing that the company has caved to pressure and made their Kraft singles line with “No artificial preservatives or flavors,” following similar changes to some of their macaroni and cheese products. For those interested, the specific change involves swapping out sorbic acid for natamycin, a naturally occurring anti-fungal agent commonly found in soil.
The campaign features three similarly minded ads, all of which show idyllic cow pastures that couldn’t be more different from the giant factory farms where Kraft actually sources its dairy. “Our story begins here, where we get our milk,” the spot “Dairy” begins. “Made” is similarly structured, while “Why” begins with the end of the story: the grilled cheese.
All three of the 15-second efforts employ simple animation to deliver their message in a way that’s designed to appeal to families that are concerned with what their children are eating (but not concerned enough to discover Kraft’s questionable dairy sourcing). It’s another baby step in the right direction for Kraft, who seem to be attempting to figure out how to appeal to an increasingly health conscious customer base while making their concessions as small as possible. The problem with leading with the wholesomeness of your product when you’re Kraft, of course, is that it opens you up for scrutiny. Stick around for “Made” and “Why” as well as credits after the jump.
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