We’ve rounded up a few food & beverage themed video nuggets from YouTube for your convenience, including Starbucks' explanation of green coffee extract, PepsiCo at Aspen, and Tetra Pak's new series of Garnier & Sentou videos.
Earlier this week, Starbucks announced that its Refreshers line was going global. In this convincing imitation of an Apple commercial, Starbucks explains exactly what 'green coffee extract' is.
PepsiCo follows up its 'Next Billion' initiative with a clip featuring Jose Luis Prado, president Quaker Oats North America and Global Baking Center of Excellence, as he speaks at the Aspen Ideas Festival about how Quaker is focused on 'innovation beyond breakfast'.
French comedians Garnier & Sentou have been recruited by Tetra Pak for a series of infomercials. This one is a parody of Six Feet Under and reveals the afterlife of recyclable Tetra Pak products.
The Olympic Games is a celebration of athleticism and global unity … and the mighty power of commercialism. The 'official cereal bar to the London 2012 Games' is, for example, Nature Valley, and the company is taking its role seriously. Well, almost. This amusing advert is playing on UK TV at the moment, and features former Olympian Kriss Akabusi.
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