Cooking the Books: Celebrity Endorsement of Food Brands
Branding a product with a film release or a television programme is a known marketing tool, but can this be extended to the humble personality who teaches us to cook on TV? In this the age of celebrity our TV cooks have as much profile as your average popstar, but are the public fooled into buying a product with their endorsement. Hugh Westbrook investigates.
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