Let’s be honest, instant noodles arguably rank only slightly above frankfurts and white sugar in the nutrition stakes.
However, that’s not stopped Japanese instant noodle maker Nissin to try and get its US market to think otherwise, unveiling a string of trippy 15-second spots that somehow attempt to promote the “vegetables” in its new range. And, yes, its market – poor, starving students – would probably take the bait.
The ads are the work of creative agency High Wide & Handsome and include a cartoon, a blue alien fellow and a woman with bits stuck between her teeth. Look, they make no sense, but who cares? Check ’em out below: