Burger King isn’t the only company that received backlash from farmers for an offensive ad, but it is one of the few to then take time to listen and learn.
Michelle Miller had a call with Burger King’s chief marketing officer to express why so many in agriculture were offended and bothered by the #cowsmenu ad.
Burger King’s new musical commercial about climate change is nothing more than virtue signalling — agriculture itself is already making huge strides.
Burger King claims that it’s new ad, which has now been posted across its social media networks, is an effort to address the environmental impact of beef.
While Ram Trucks may have gotten it right with their Icelandic Vikings Super Bowl commercial Sunday, their other ad using a famous sermon by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was a miss. And it left many on social media asking: Did Ram actually use King’s words to sell trucks? What makes it more confusing […]
Licensed farmers can now grow hemp commercially in West Virginia after the House unanimously passed HB2453 Tuesday. Delegate Jeff Eldridge (D-Alum Creek) and Delegate Jim Butler (R-Henderson) introduced the bill on Feb. 15. Under the new law, any person with a license can plant, grow, harvest, possess, process, sell, and buy industrial hemp. To obtain […]