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  • Walkers campaign taps into British nostalgia
  • Walkers campaign taps into British nostalgia
    Walkers (2018) ©
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Walkers campaign taps into British nostalgia

From salt and vinegar, to prawn cocktail, to BBQ, Britons have been munching on Walkers crisps for 70 years. To celebrate, Walkers' ad campaign remembers the weird and wonderful tastes and history of Britons over the decades – tapping into a sense of nostalgia and national pride.

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