EHL Ingredients retains JAM

JAM has had its PR brief with international food ingredients supplier EHL Ingredients extended for the sixth year in a row.

In 2010, JAM started working with Stockport-based EHL to raise its profile in the food manufacturing and processing sectors, as well as within wholesale, retail, catering and foodservice.

Coverage hits included Food Manufacture, British Baker and Food Navigator and The Grocer.

The team also targets regional media in the North West, highlighting corporate developments, recruitment drives and success stories, and manages social media streams to enhance EHL’s online and digital presence.

In addition, JAM’s creative division has designed and produced new marketing collateral including product brochures and price lists.

Jaime Gee, JAM MD,  said: “Going into our sixth year together, we’re looking forward to driving EHL’s campaign forward, delivering solid, impactful coverage and ensuring it remains firmly on the map of the food ingredient sector.

“EHL is a fantastic client to work with and the business is really going from strength to strength. We are extremely proud of our long-standing relationship with the EHL team and are delighted that the company will continue its PR contract with us. Food is one of our areas of expertise and we welcome enquiries from other food suppliers in the region looking to raise their profile, embark on PR campaigns, or develop new creative marketing collateral.”

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