Tag: Food

On track for Tokyo

22 Aug

Perhaps one of the most remarkable revelations of the Rio Olympics was the fact that the humble McDonald’s chicken nugget is one of Usain Bolt’s guilty pleasures.  He was snapped tucking into a snack box immediately after claiming his ninth Olympic gold medal – his ‘triple triple’ – and has previously declared a fondness for… Read more »

Hugh’s War on Waste

29 Jul

We’ve been honing our damage limitation skills recently as Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s War on Waste programme last week focussed on packaging, highlighting delivered parcels and coffee cups in particular. We work with a number of clients in the packaging sector and have been working for the past four months on strategies to ensure that client views… Read more »

Food trends from the NRA Show

10 Jun

For anyone lucky enough to have visited (or exhibited at)  this year’s NRA Show in Chicago, you’ll be aware just how important this show is for predicting foodservice trends over the coming months.  The show is huge (great for the fitbit count) and covers every aspect of the foodservice and hospitality industry, from global brands… Read more »

What could a Brexit mean for the Hospitality Industry?

20 May

Brexit seems to be the word on everyone’s lips as we await the verdict of the 23 June referendum. Being in the business of food and hospitality public relations, we read plenty of articles about Brexit in trade magazines that talk about the advantages and disadvantages of a Brexit and what it could mean for… Read more »

The advantages of using Instagram to market your food industry brand

22 Apr

Instagram, a social media platform noted for its use by celebrities, fitness fanatics and predominantly food lovers. We’re all guilty of it, posting that delicious smoked salmon breakfast, sizzling tapas dish and super charged smoothie. The Instagram likes soon add up and you’re left with the satisfaction of a full belly and knowledge that your… Read more »

An Eating Revolution?

25 Sep

The Lunch Show has been taking place in London over the past two days – the trade show for the food-to-go industry. Over 6,000 people attend the event to keep up with the latest innovations within the industry. Eating trends have changed over the years and more and more people are having breakfast and other… Read more »