Given a couple of ads they recently aired (the second, in response to complaints about the first):
DEERFIELD, Ill. – Nabisco, the makers of Honeymaid graham crackers and Teddy Grahams, is defending its promotion of homosexuality in a recent commercial entitled This is Wholesome.
The 30 second commercial begins with a man bottle-feeding a baby, presumably the child’s father. Moments later, another man bends forward and kisses the baby on the head. The commercial then displays the men, the child’s two “fathers,” taking the baby for a walk. The scenes that follow show various families enjoying time with their children, often around Honeymaid graham crackers or Teddy Grahams.
“No matter how things change, what makes us wholesome never will,” the voiceover states. “Honey Maid: Everyday wholesome snacks for every wholesome family. This is wholesome.”
But Nabisco released another advertisement this week in response to the outrage, defending its actions and defying those who expressed disapproval.
“[W]e asked two artists to take the negative comments and turn them into something else,” a new commercial entitled Love outlines.
Footage then shows two young women rolling up printouts of the complaints sent to Nabisco and gluing them together to form the word “love,” written in cursive.
The company then claims that it received over ten times as many positive comments about the commercial, and likewise rolled up the printouts to surround the complaints.
“Proving that only one thing really matters when it comes to family: love,” the advertisement states.
There are alternatives, for those seeking substitutes for graham crackers in recipes for cheesecakes, and such.
And of course, there are other brands of cereal besides Nabisco.
So there are options for those who wish to buycott other brands.