Foster Farms

Corn Dogs Beat Down the Most Monstrous Hunger in This Ad for Foster Farms

A horned, hairy monster represents a pre-teen's ravenous appetite which, left unchecked, swells to Godzilla-esque proportions in the first-ever ad campaign for Foster Farms Corn Dogs. On the plus side, that furry freak is a beast on the soccer field (we'd pick him for our team any day!)—and the middle-schooler jonesing for a snack never once morphs into Marilyn Monroe:

Foster Farms Names Deutsch L.A. Agency of Record, Ending Over 20 Years With GS&P

Foster Farms has ended its 20-plus-year relationship with Goodby Silverstein & Partners, moving its business to Deutsch.

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Ad of the Day: Foster Farms Chicken Doesn’t Just Taste Good. It Also Sings Hits of the ’80s

You might think you're buying quality chicken. But can it sing rousing renditions of "Don't You Want Me" by the Human League, "Sister Christian" by Night Ranger and "Africa" by Toto?

Goodby opposed to this plumping business

Foster Farms' Say No to Plumping Web site, designed by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, sounds like some kind of gross anti-porn thing, but thankfully it isn't. It is pretty gross, […]