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Topic: Food & Beverage

Adweek's Top 5 Commercials of the Week: Dec. 1-6

Holiday humor, the human body and a selfie shootout. Vote for your favorite spot

Along with two picks from the steady stream of holiday fare, this week's top commercials embrace the imperfect human body and perfect the art of the selfie. From uplifting to chuckle-inducing,…

Cadbury Captures the Christmas Joy of Unwrapping Everything in Sight

Fallon London sets kids loose

Britain's tradition of creating ads that deftly capture the holiday spirit continues with this spot by Fallon London for Cadbury, which bundles an entire neighborhood in purple wrapping paper. As…

Adweek's Top 5 Commercials of the Week: Nov. 1-8

Love, war, music and plenty of early holiday cheer—vote for the week's best spot

It's been a particularly strong week for commercials. But which one was the best? Below, we've got five great contenders. Was it the latest Call of Duty spot starring Megan Fox…

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week

Kate Upton, Lorde and a girl with even greater powers headline a good week for the ladies

Man Actually Cooks Entire Disgusting Meal Described in Patton Oswalt's Fake Ad for Black Angus

Pass the Pepto

When Patton Oswalt described a grotesquely gluttonous meal in his fake ad for Black Angus Steakhouse way back in 2004, the up-and-coming comedian surely didn't intend for it to ever…

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week

Coke's green carpet, Foster Farms' singing chickens and Intel's inspiring wunderkind

Geico's "Hump Day" spot, which broke in May, has earned 15 million YouTube views. Given its success, it's not surprising Geico and The Martin Agency are trotting out the motormouthed…

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week

From Thailand to America, these ads ranged from sentimental to scatalogical

JetBlue Airways is launching a big new ad campaign from Mullen with the theme "Air on the Side of Humanity." But its big star isn't even human—he's a pigeon.

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week

Mountain Dew gets high, Kia gets skinny, and Guerlain gets very, very big

Be careful what you say about Taco Bell in Canada. The chain is liable to etch your angry rants on taco shells and force them down your throat. That's what…

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week

Coke gets moving, Pepsi MAX gets Barry Sanders, and Nike gets more mileage out of 'Just do it'

In this new spot for Heinz Beanz, little brother Charlie may be infuriating in his inability to keep up and his knack for toy destruction, but older brother Tom still…

Adweek's Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Aug. 9-16

Warby Parker goes pretentious, Jell-O gets depressed, and Coca-Cola pushes healthy habits

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