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La Poule au Pot

La Poule au Pot

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This is the new campaign from GAIA, the Belgium animal rights organization. GAIA stands for Global Action in the Interest of Animals.
The campaign is a call to all supermarkets and manufacturers. The organization wants them not to use eggs from battery hens in the production of sauces, biscuits, pasta, ice cream etc.
Tagline: “Are you sure you do not eat eggs from battery hens?”
(”Êtes-vous certain de ne pas manger d’œufs de batterie?”

The campaign contains two items, a print part and an online part. In both a visual is used to express how small a battery cage is.
A jar of mayonnaise filled with a chicken is used on the posters and magazine ad.
More surprising is the campaign website. It’s your screen which is just as large as a battery cage.

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This is the Flemish version of the print ad:
“Bent u zeker dat u geen eieren van batterijkippen eet?”

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‘The animal in a jar’ is done before like this ad from 2006 made for Proefdiervrij (Dutch Association against Animal Testing).
More about this campaign here.

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This is very famous campaign from GAIA, it’s from 2005 (blogpost in Dutch):

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More posts with campaigns from GAIA:
Save their balls
Torture this goose

Advertiser:
GAIA
Agency:
FAMOUS
Additional credits:
CD: Jean-Marc Wachsmann,Tim Driesen
Account Director: An Van den Cruyce
Account: Marlies Neudt
Copy: Bieke Favoreel, Benoît Menetret, Pieter Claeys
AD: Luc Shih
Media: Davy Caluwaerts
PR: Liesbeth Pyck, Anne-Cécile Collignon
Photographer: Operation Panda

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