|Dig the sunglasses and odd attempt at slang. |
That will show the kids that this is an "extreme" snack.
Laid up at home with broken bones, I just saw a version of this ad during Kitchen Nightmares:
Here's another one:
Apparently, this product was launched about a year ago in Canada by Janes Family Foods.
"What could be better than a high-quality protein snack straight from your toaster?! All the key things mom expects from a Janes product like no trans fats, low in saturated fats, all white meat chicken. And, all the things a teen needs in a snack - fully cooked, easy to heat, tasty, and portable. This is a mobile generation - and this is a snack that fits. A delicious hot snack that can ‘fill the gap’ after school with high quality protein that can carry kids to the next activity."And the nutritional profile:
Yeah, I know. It's just a very wide and shallow chicken finger. But is it really such a good idea to have your kids cooking a congealed lump of chicken fat in your toaster? It seems messy. And dangerous.
Plus, it doesn't take a garbage food genius to realize these puppies were custom manufactured for homemade Double Downs.