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Topic: Gerber

Babies Pose With Their Food Look-Alikes in Cute Campaign for Gerber

Everyone needs a little TLC

There's a mix of food porn and adorable babies in the new Gerber national TV and print campaign. Think Anne Geddes, without the over-the-top schmaltz. The work, from indie agency Terri…

Grey Toronto Wins Grand Effie for Ads Urging Kroger to Change Its Open-Carry Gun Policy

'Groceries Not Guns' takes top prize, a first for Canada

Grey in Toronto nabbed the first Grand Effie award for a Canadian agency tonight at the Effie Awards. The win, for the "Groceries Not Guns" campaign, makes Moms Demand Action the…

Line of Fake Baby Food Urges Parents to Stop Feeding Their Kids Gender Stereotypes

We highly recommend the Breadwinner Pudding

The Anxiety and Depression Association of America has a lot of opinions about gender roles in childhood ... and it's channeled them into Gender Baby Food, a parody product based on…

Gerber Is Using Social Ads and Empathy to Sell Its High-Tech Baby Formula Machine

Year-long campaign brims with digital

Gerber is launching a year-long digital advertising campaign today to promote a WiFi-enabled machine that makes baby formula. BabyNes works much like a Keurig coffee unit, with small packets of…

This Agency Breathes New Life Into Iconic Brands

Creative co-founders set lofty goals for clients like Peeps and Gerber

Specs Who Co-founders Sandy Greenberg (l.) and Terri Meyer What Full-service ad agency Where New York Terri Meyer and Sandy Greenberg became creative partners more than 25 years ago when they both started…

Nestlé Begins Corporate Image Search as Digital Review Continues

Latest moves follow media, public relations searches

Review-happy Nestlé is looking for an agency to launch a new corporate image effort, even as it seeks to shrink its digital agency roster. The corporate image assignment is for the…

Gerber Ad With Toddler Magician Needs to Disappear

Toddlers who don't display crappy motor skills are just weird. This is reaffirmed in the Gerber commercial below, whose hocus pocus is giving viewers the willies. After the jump, two…

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