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Watch: New Honey Maid Commercial Shares Heartwarming Story of Acceptance

by Hayley Miller April 07, 2016


Honey Maid’s newest commercial is a heartwarming story of acceptance, sharing the story of a father and his gay son in a new ad in Spanish.

“I did not know your partner would be a man. It was a shock,” the older man says. “I thought I had lost my son, but now, I realize I have two.” 

The ad also features the man’s partner and their children, showing the family together at a park.

“I think any child would be lucky to have two dads like you,” he continues.  

The ad is one of several from the company that features same-sex parents and LGBTQ families as part of the company’s “This is Wholesome” campaign.

Mondelez International Inc., which owns Honey Maid, received a 100 on HRC Foundation’s 2016 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to LGBTQ employees.

Watch the ad below and to learn more about the CEI, click here.





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