Gold’n Plump has launched a new campaign called “The Mom Squad.” The mission of the moms? To save us all from “bad” chicken.

In Gold’n Plump’s new campaign, The Mom Squad “agents” educate consumers about what defines good chicken versus bad chicken. In each execution of the campaign, The Mom Squad removes the offending chicken that is injected with sodium-solution or has untrimmed fat or unwanted parts. They replace it with Gold’n Plump all natural chicken – high-quality chicken raised on independent family farms, hand-trimmed and free of excess fat and injected sodium-solution – to create a happy ending. The campaign reinforces Gold’n Plump’s commitment to premium-level product and introduces a new brand tagline, “Good chicken is our mission™.”

In a recent consumer survey, Gold’n Plump found that 64 percent of consumers are changing the way they shop compared to a year ago, 77 percent of which are shifting their focus to buying and eating more healthy foods. As consumers become more aware of their eating choices, the research showed that they are most likely to purchase fresh chicken products that are highly trimmed, with no unwanted pieces and without sodium injected solutions.

“Gold’n Plump stands for chicken done the right way, not the easy way,” said Rory Bidinger, Gold’n Plump’s brand advocacy and marketing manager at GNP Company™. “Through our new campaign, we’re inviting shoppers to take a closer look at the meat case.”

Bidinger continued, “Our hope is that The Mom Squad – out to protect and serve good chicken – inspires consumers to connect high-quality chicken with better meals and a better overall value. You’re not paying for unwanted fat or pieces, or added solution”

To accompany the campaign, Gold’n Plump launched a revamped website,, featuring a new recipe center, a new cookbook feature and “The Mom Squad” hub including “agent” profiles. The campaign includes television and radio spots, print advertising, various online advertising and event and grassroots marketing.

To view the television spot, meet the agents and learn more about the fight for good chicken, visit

Source: GNP Co.