Range Re-Brand For English Provender

Range Re-Brand For English Provender

01 Nov 2016 ---

Chutney and pickle producer English Provender has announced a range re-brand featuring “bold, distinctive and contemporary” packaging designs. The products will be supported with print and digital advertising, alongside PR and social media campaigns.

Chutney and pickle producer English Provender has announced a range re-brand featuring “bold, distinctive and contemporary” packaging designs. The products will be supported with print and digital advertising, alongside PR and social media campaigns. Joanne Walsh, brand manager at English Provender said: “The re-brand marks an exciting step change for English Provender, as it evolves beyond typical chutney and pickle usage occasions and becomes a lifestyle choice." “We’re confident that the strong aesthetics of the design will provide increased on-shelf stand out and online presence, clearly communicating the brand’s credentials and helping to drive new shoppers into the category.”

Source: English Provender

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