Cow & Gate feed the personalities of kids in the UK

Cow Gate_main.jpgCow_Gate 1.jpgCow & Gate are the leading baby feeding brand in the UK. BETC London today launched a new category re-defining strategy for C&G with a new campaign 'feed their personalities.'

Beyond developmental milestones, the traditional fodder of the category, we're now suggesting what matters most is the nurturing of little individuals and ultimately feeding their personalities.

The campaign is spearheaded by the new ad called Supergroup directed by RSA's Jim Field Smith, director of Butter (hitting Hollywood now) and TV show Episodes.

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In the commercial we see a group of toddlers, all at that age when their own little characters first start to emerge, investigate the instruments and equipment in a recording studio. As they each play around and tinker in their own individual, quirky ways, the cacophony of different sounds they are making gradually and magically comes together, with the use of judicious editing, to create a lively rendition of "Come on Eileen" by Dexy's Midnight Runners.

It's a living, breathing example of how Cow & Gate "Feed their Personalities".

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