Hi, this is Prithi, the fifth grader writing about a wide span of topics, but today my post is on a marketing error.
There is a common noodle soup snack in India called Maggi, made by Nestle. This new advertisement they made has one main messaging error. Watch it carefully, then speculate.
The big revealment:
Take a look at the nutritional content of Maggi. Why would mothers want to feed their children something with so much sodium and fat?
Furthermore, in the advertisement, it shows a girl wanting to be self-reliant, but she should have learned to cook from scratch and eat healthy . To open a pack of processed food, boil it in water, and call that self-reliance is ludicrous and an insult to women in general.
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