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OMAHA STEAKS

Thanksgiving Fails

  • Campaign Highlights:
    55 pieces of coverage
    6.67 million coverage views
    5.66 billion online readership

The fascinating new statistic emerged in a new survey of 2,000 Americans around all things concerning Thanksgiving, which also crowned ham (60 percent), chicken (41 percent) and roast beef (37 percent) as the most popular alternatives to turkey.

The new study, conducted by Omaha Steaks, also revealed nearly half (44 percent) of Thanksgiving hosts will be serving a new main dish this year.

 
 

COVERAGE: Thanksgiving Fails

TODAY

New York POST

YAHOO

MSN


 
 
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JORDAN WINERY

Wine Awakening

  • Campaign Highlights:
    84 pieces of coverage
    5.5 million coverage views
    6.44 billion online readership

A new study of 2,000 wine drinkers showed that the average Americans will only start to fully appreciate a good bottle of vino toward the tail end of their 20s, but how they get into it, and what they prefer, varies greatly.

 
 

COVERAGE: Wine Awakening

YAHOO

THE DRINK BUSINESS

New York POST

BROBIBLE


 
 
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FARMRICH

3 Meals a Day

  • Campaign Highlights:
    30 pieces of coverage
    3.21 million coverage views
    6.12 billion online readership

The research, conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with Farm Rich, found more and more Americans are opting for “snack meals” and smaller regular bites as a common alternative to three meals per day, with 86 percent revealing that they have replaced a traditional meal with a “snack meal.”

 
 

COVERAGE: 3 Meals a Day

Fox News

New York POST

YAHOO

LADDERS


 
 
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EL YUCATECO

Spice Up Your Life

  • Campaign Highlights:
    87 pieces of coverage
    4.42 million coverage views
    1.54 billion online readership

The new survey, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of hot sauce brand El Yucateco, asked Americans a series of questions about their personality and then split the results by how spicy they prefer their food (none, mild, medium, and hot) and found it’s not just in the bedroom that spicier palates are more active.

 
 

COVERAGE: Spice Up Your Life

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