Mr. Loaf the pesky pug, Cupcake the hamster and the You Eat What You Touch campaign

Date
12 December 2012
Reading Time
1 minute read

This kind of goes without saying, but it should be noted that no animals were harmed in the making of this campaign… or eaten. It was in fact designed to raise awareness surrounding food hygiene, provoking us to think about where and what we’ve been caressing with our little mitts. Nobody is going to argue the cuteness of Cupcake the hamster, or Mr. Loaf the pesky Pug, but do we really want to lick jam off our fingers after stroking Mr. Loaf? Probably not because Mr. Loaf has most probably been rolling in something quite pungent. This campaign is fabulously creative and just as thought provoking as those hard-hitting, fear mongering doomsday ads we’re bombarded with. Great stuff Jeremy!

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Jeremy Wong: You Eat What You Touch

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Jeremy Wong: You Eat What You Touch

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Jeremy Wong: You Eat What You Touch

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