How Kraft’s ‘Dinner, Not Art App’ boosted brand positioning and engagement

14/07/2012

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Kraft’s ‘Dinner, Not Art App’ harks back to school days and macaroni art, making creative use of the way its Mac and Cheese brand is perceived in a positive and nostalgic light. The "Dinner, Not Art" campaign from Crispin Porter + Bogusky seeks to save the real noodles by encouraging virtual macaroni art projects with a free iPad app. Users can choose a canvas, cover it in noodles and manipulate them to create a macaroni masterpiece. For every digital noodle used in the app, Kraft will donate 10 real noodles to Feeding America, up to 110 million noodles. A maximum of 100 digital noodles can be used per any single piece of saved art, for a maximum 1000 noodle donation per piece of saved art. The campaign so far has led to 244790 noodles being donated. Users can also "glue down" your art and save it to a digital refrigerator. The creations will be posted on Kraft's Macaroni Masterpiece Gallery on its Facebook and Pinterest pages. The brand began promoting the initiative with the TV spot below, which broke earlier this week.

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Brand: Kraft Macaroni & Cheese |Media: Facebook | Country: USA |Sector: FMCG | Agency: Crispin Porter + Bogusky | Format: Facebook App

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