Building on over 20 years’ solid experience in food PR and marketing, the award-winning agency has an unrivalled knowledge of many specialist markets including cheese, poultry, ingredients, snacks, ready meals, meat, powders, fish, confectionery, bakery, liquid foods, plant-based and desserts along with numerous other related food sectors.
Allott and Associates represents a cross-section of business to business clients with a range of food PR and marketing services. This includes food press releases, in-depth food feature writing, food exhibition support, food launch events, food e-newsletters, food literature, food social media, food website building and food sales lead generation.
The agency enjoys a close working relationship with nearly all print and online food publications to ensure that your products get the publicity they deserve. In fact, Allott and Associates is so confident that it even gives a food publicity guarantee. This confidence is gained through working with both traditional and modern methods of communication. As well as working closely with trade media, we can strengthen your product’s market share by blogging on your behalf. A well-timed and well-written blog entry on your website with eye-catching visuals can be integrated with social media platforms to multiply the impact your product has on its market.
Why not consider a video showing a ‘behind the scenes’ view of your product’s lifecycle? Visuals sell. That’s why so much money is spent on advertising on TV. However, if your budget simply won’t stretch that far, why not commission a professional video and hook up with YouTube and digital trade magazines instead? Allott and Associates offers a bespoke video making service that can help your business make a splash (or tidal wave) in the right markets.
“We recently agreed a PR contract with Allott and Associates Ltd, a food specialist marketing agency. The last piece of editorial produced by them generated 38 sales leads, greatly exceeding our wildest expectations. Well done to all at Allotts, keep up the good work.”
Adrian Short, Director
Ulrick & Short Ltd