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Manchester, United Kingdom
Founded: 2007
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Advertising
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Asahi breweries
Halfords Autocentres
Hilton
Generali Worldwide
Florette
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StepChange Debt Charity
BASF
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Heinz: Operation Beanz

by Vickie Fawcett

“Beanz Meanz More”, establishes a new brand platform and long-term direction for the brand. An evolution of the famous Beanz Meanz Heinz slogan launched in the 1960s, the new positioning asserts Beanz’ versatility and quality, as well as their credentials as a lean, plant-based protein and one of your five a day.

Despite being an essential item that makes a meaningful difference to people’s lives, the new work shows Beanz doesn’t take itself too seriously. Directed by Emmy nominated Tom Marshall (Famalam, Ted Lasso, Space Force), the pacey 30’ film opens on a woman, understandably upset when she finds out her Beanz have been substituted in her grocery delivery. This sparks a comedic and action-packed journey to her local corner shop, bursting through neighbours’ homes and over garden fences, complete with Marvel-esque superhero landings, celebrating some of the ways that people eat their Beanz, laying down the reasons why nothing will ever beat Heinz Beanz. Finally making it to the corner shop, grabbing a can of Beanz, she lands the new endline: Beanz Meanz More.

The work breaks on TV, and will be accompanied by social and digital activations. As part of the campaign, Kraft Heinz is also launching three million limited edition cans of Heinz Beanz. Running throughout October, the initiative is part of Heinz’s continued commitment to eradicate child hunger in Britain, via a partnership with Magic Breakfast, with one free meal donated for each can sold.

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TV Advert

Clients

Heinz