• Transform magazine
  • June 27, 2017

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Aromatic appeal in Patak's new sub-brand

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Britain has long been in the throes of a love affair with curry. Since the first restaurant serving Indian food, the Hindoostane Coffee House, opened in London in 1810 in Marylebone, curry dishes and its accompaniments were p...

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Modern and traditional melt into one in chocolate branding

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Many things that were popular in the past, become so again decades later. That’s why once-trendy shoes shouldn’t be given away without a thought for the future. For British confectionery, beloved brands of the past often carr...

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Celebrating 50 years of Heinz Meanz Beanz

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With roots stretching back to 1869 and its legacy the envy of competitors, global food brand Heinz enjoys widespread recognition in the canned foods space. While tomato ketchup is perhaps its most ubiquitous brand worldwide,...

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Rebrands from the tap

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The food and beverage sector has seen numerous rebrands over the past few weeks. We look at three global rebrands in the alcoholic drinks sector, from a craft beer in the south of France to the international beer staple Heine...

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Peer perspectives: Samuel Adams

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One of the craft beers that started a revolution, Samuel Adams’ rebrand may also be revolutionary, but not in the way it intends, says Paul Taylor Project: Samuel Adams rebrand b...

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Round and round to the rhythm

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Once, 'meat and two veg' was the main component of each meal. Now chia seeds and raw cacao is as likely to be in a kitchen cupboard as baked beans and custard. Many recipe books are the bastions of ‘raw’ products and non-synt...

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Meat-free meal appeal

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Once upon a time, the British diet was dominated by meat. It formed part of breakfast, lunch and dinner, particularly on more affluent tables; even during the late 20th century, meat was considered a healthy and integral comp...

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Bringing own label to the table

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Almost 170 years ago, in June 1847, tea-dealer and resident of Blackpool, UK, Edwin Henry Booth, opened a shop named The China House and began trading under the E.H. Booth & Co. Ltd. When, 16 years later in 1863, Booth added...

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In the bottle

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The popularity of craft beer has led to the growth of microbreweries all around the world. With increasing competition in the marketplace, it’s difficult for these breweries to stand out and expand their customer base. Butcom...

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Bite-sized rebrands

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Over the past month, there have been a number of rebrands and changes in packaging in the food and beverage sector. We highlight some of the most prominent global rebrands...

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