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‘What’s That Sauce?’: The Works Reveals New Campaign for a Curious Condiment

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Alongside Goodman Fielder, the agency has launched unbranded campaign for an often misunderstood sauce that has a myriad of uses

‘What’s That Sauce?’: The Works Reveals New Campaign for a Curious Condiment

It’s hard to pronounce and even harder to describe. It’s the mystery ingredient most of the time and makes a bacon sandwich taste that much better. What is it? Well, we’re not telling. Creative agency The Works and Goodman Fielder have launched an unbranded campaign for a curious and often misunderstood sauce that has a myriad of uses.

Across PR, social media and OOH, a series of cryptic facts and observations - ‘Made with everything you hate for a taste you’ll love’, ‘It can be kept in the pantry or the fridge, but enjoys the company of mustards, relishes and pickles’ and ‘Your grandad probably uses it. You probably can’t spell it.’ - will pique Aussies’ interest and drive them to the website to find out more.

Guy Patrick, creative director at The Works, said: “This is not about pack shots and logos, in fact quite the opposite. This is about having some fun with Australians and asking them to guess the brand. It’s about engaging the curious people out there and piquing their interest. ‘What’s That Sauce?’ is half parlour game, half ad campaign, which considering its heritage makes a lot of sense.”

“A unique sauce needs a unique campaign." added Christine Fung, head of marketing and category at Goodman Fielder. "The Works came to us with the idea and we thought it was on brand, and good fun. Across social and outdoor Aussies will soon be seeing cryptic messages designed to provoke interest and get them guessing.”

The Works, part of the RXP Group, were appointed to work across all Goodman Fielder brands including Helga’s, MeadowLea, Praise and White Wings earlier this year following a competitive pitch.

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Client: Goodman Fielder


Agency: The Works

Content and production agency: Daresay

Creative partner: Damian Pincus

Creative directors: Nathan Bilton and Guy Patrick

Creative project manager: Millie-Mae Twort

Producer: Tom Harrison

Social director: Mark McKissock

Social media manager: Sam Hazeldine

Designer: Shelby Lane-Brown and Paul Fitzgerald

The Works, Mon, 21 Dec 2020 09:28:01 GMT