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Nabisco has come a long way since manufacturing its first Oreo in , introducing a plethora of different flavors and expanding its business to over countries. Despite how tasty these new flavors may be, they are not the driving factor behind the cookie franchise's most recent success. Oreo's real-time advertising has engaged tons of new customers and turned them into a social media powerhouse. With their intriguing images and witty banter, Oreo's follower ratio is through the roof. Keebler, take notes.
A ban on adverts featuring "harmful gender stereotypes" or those which are likely to cause "serious or widespread offence" has come into force. The ban covers scenarios such as a man with his feet up while a woman cleans, or a woman failing to park a car. The UK's advertising watchdog introduced the ban because it found some portrayals could play a part in "limiting people's potential". The new rule follows a review of gender stereotyping in adverts by the Advertising Standards Authority ASA - the organisation that administers the UK Advertising Codes, which cover both broadcast and non-broadcast adverts, including online and social media. The ASA said the review had found evidence suggesting that harmful stereotypes could "restrict the choices, aspirations and opportunities of children, young people and adults and these stereotypes can be reinforced by some advertising, which plays a part in unequal gender outcomes".