F&F Denim - A new brand look

F&F Denim - A new brand look

April 2016 · Gemma Pollitt

The new look F&F Denim range is now launched in Tesco stores across the country. We worked with Tesco’s fashion department to give their range a re-brand, and it's started in style...

Our job was to help define their range for men and women. The brand and labelling have been considered to clearly clarify the different styles, cuts and fits within their sizable collection — and of course to give the range an eye catching look that competes in a competitive market.

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Tortilla goes from strength to strength

Tortilla goes from strength to strength

February 2016 · Kevin Grey

It's good news for high streets and hungry bellies around the country, as Britain's favourite Burrito restaurant expands further out of London. The 28th store was launched this February in Guildford, this adds to the two Nottingham stores opened at the end of last year. Tortilla can now boast stores up and down the country from Cardiff to Southampton to Liverpool and Leeds.

Relish are proud to have helped this great brand grow and are glad to help them keep fresh and innovative. With each new store, there's new ideas and creativity to explore.

Thoughts are directed towards a Scotland restaurant next... Watch this space.

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Budgens Crouch End Opens

Budgens Crouch End Opens

September 2015 · Paul King, Retail director

One of the flagship Budgens’ stores, Crouch End, underwent a re-fit this March. Key areas of the store have been revisited to ensure the Budgens personality wins through. 

Relish have worked closely with interior designers to ensure that the communication and brand feel is directed to the correct customer audience.

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Taste of London - Winter

Taste of London - Winter

January 2015 · Abbie Halls

We popped along to see how Roti Chai was getting along at Taste of London Winter. Turning up to the Festival, we were firstly amazed at the fantastic venue, the Tobacco Dock in East London. This was the perfect place to host the festival, with lots of little rooms and hallways filled with stands of mouthwatering food and drink to try. 

We arrived hungry and ready to taste, and as a lover of all things food it was hard to resist the many tasters that were on offer.

It was great to see the Roti Chai stand there which was incredibly busy with a long line of eager customers awaiting some of the menu choices; the five spice pulled pork and duck haleem. I of course tried both and both were delicious!

There were lots of food demonstrations going on with a variety of chefs and dishes, including an inside grill which looked incredible.

I personally loved the GU Garden of Temptation, where we were surrounded by bite-sized samples of cheesecake and chocolate mousse (I had to restrain myself).

We finished the night off with a couple of glasses of mulled gin and its fair to say we left feeling quite festive... and stuffed! 

A fab foodie festival!

 

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