The soft drinks giant will tomorrow (14 August) roll out a TV ad called "grandfather", which, by using a split-screen, shows the lives of two young men – one from the1950s and one in the modern day.
The ad, accompanied by the soundtrack of 'It’s Not Unusual' by Tom Jones, shows the similarities and differences in how the young men live. The modern man is shown eating junk food, such as crisps and microwave meals, while the 1950s man eats an apple and a home-cooked dinner.
The ad was created by David The Agency in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A Coca-Cola statement said: "Coca-Cola knows its advertising alone will not address the challenge of obesity, but the brand does think it can make a contribution in addition to the other actions it is taking."
In March, Coke rolled out two new TV ads highlighting the brand’s efforts to combat obesity. One, named "coming together", focused on the company’s low-calorie drinks, while a second, called "be OK", details the number of calories in a can of Coca-Cola.
This article was first published on marketingmagazine.co.uk