Food and drink product marketing

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John Barnes takes a tonguing in Just Eat ad Video Subscription

20 Jun 2018 | By Mark Dishman

World Cup-sponsoring brands have, as you’d expect, been making the most of their exclusive deals

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Cawston Press to launch ‘Taste of Summer’ outdoor push Subscription

13 Jun 2018 | By Daniel Selwood

The posh pop brand will run six-sheets across the Waitrose estate

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Lucozade Zero is the Love Island hero Video

12 Jun 2018 | By Mark Dishman

Lucozade Zero is getting in on the hot and steamy action

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Black Tower is official wine of Isle of Wight festival Subscription

11 Jun 2018 | By Daniel Woolfson

The move was “reflective of our drive to recruit a younger, more urbane community”, said Alexander Rittlinger, MD of Black Tower owner Reh Kendermann

Ginsters MD Kieran Hemsworth

New look for Ginsters’ savoury pastries range Subscription

08 Jun 2018 | By Daniel Selwood

The redesign ‘plays to the brand’s Cornish heritage’


Sainsbury's rapped for 'misleading' Häagen-Dazs deal Subscription

07 Jun 2018 | By Marianne Calnan

The ice-cream was reduced from £4 to £3 for a deal every 21 days for a long period

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How fmcg brands can market to the new masculinity

07 Jun 2018 | By Ben Lambert

What it means to be a man is changing. Brands need to take note and adapt, says Ben Lambert of PB Creative

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Stowford Press duo have fun exploring brand's homeland Video

06 Jun 2018 | By Mark Dishman

Comedian Ellie Taylor and adventurer Alastair Humphreys make a fine comic duo

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FDF boss says plans for 'junk food' promotions ban is 'government at its worst' Subscription

06 Jun 2018 | By Ian Quinn

Delivering the Campden BRI Day lecture, Ian Wright said he’d been ‘shocked’ at ministers’ disregard for consumer choice

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Fmcg packaging design must get fit for e-commerce

06 Jun 2018 | By Fiona Florence

When innovating around design, fmcg products must from the outset consider a buying journey that extends well beyond the shelf, says Fiona Florence of JDO UK

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Brands must get their World Cup marketing timing right

05 Jun 2018 | By Stuart Flint

Fans are most excited before and during games, says Oath’s Stuart Flint

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Heinz weighs up new name for Salad Cream in brand overhaul Subscription

05 Jun 2018 | By Daniel Selwood

The change would better reflect how the product is used, with only 14% of consumers eating it with salad

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Lucozade Zero partners with Love Island in £6m push Video

05 Jun 2018 | By Daniel Selwood

The sugar-free soft drink will continue to partner the reality show throughout its eight-week run

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Alesha Dixon signs up as Groovy Food's brand ambassador Subscription

05 Jun 2018 | By Daniel Selwood

The singer and TV presenter will produce recipes and tips on food, beauty & wellbeing in print, digital & social media


Ad of the week: Hovis makes case for 'always good' bread Video

29 May 2018 | By Mark Dishman

“It’s just bread.” The new Hovis ad plays on the supposed ubiquity of the loaf


GDPR, ready or not for the new data regulation rules? Subscription

24 May 2018 | By Andrew Don

This week sweeping new regulation comes into force in the UK transforming the rights, rules and risks that surround handling data

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New Stowford Press cider TV ad to air over summer

24 May 2018 | By Daniel Woolfson

Centring on Stowford’s local provenance, it features comedian Ellie Taylor and adventurer-cum-author Alastair Humphreys


Cornish chat is back in new Kelly's campaign

24 May 2018 | By Mark Dishman

Kelly’s of Cornwall made a big impact with its first Cornish-language ad two years ago…

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Diageo rolls out Haig Club gift pack for Father's Day Subscription

23 May 2018 | By Daniel Woolfson

The £45 packs feature a 70cl bottle of 40% abv single grain whisky and limited-edition chrome hip flask

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How to identify a true social media influencer

22 May 2018 | By Kevin Gessay

As fmcg marketers plan to ramp up influencer efforts, it pays to understand ROI and best practice, says Kevin Gessay of PMK-BNC

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Hotel Chocolat: case for and against in Waitrose bar spat

18 May 2018 | By Adam Leyland

What is Hotel Chocolat’s Angus Thirlwell getting his meringue-strawberry-and-white chocolate knickers in a twist about?



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