Carrots Go Commando!

Published by PETA Staff.
< 1 min read

A Bunch of Carrot Farmers (seriously, that’s their name) have kicked off a campaign to get folks to eat baby carrots like junk food with a series of funny, cliché-skewering commercials. But one of them—showing a redhead (carrot top, geddit?) in military garb firing baby carrots at a guy zooming off a cliff (don’t try this at home)—may look familiar to anyone who’s encountered PETA’s own Carrot Commandos, seen here on maneuvers in New Jersey:

 

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OK, so the baby carrot ad might be a teensy bit derivative, but we’re all for any efforts to promote eating healthy veggie foods—though there are cheaper and easier ways to get the message out there!

Written by Jeff Mackey

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