“We felt that PR spending with PamLloyd was smart spending not big spending. They are as passionate about our product as we are.”
This is us
We are in the business of food and drink and so are you. You want to tell the right people about your product or service and grow sales. If that sounds right then we already have a lot in common. We love food and drink.
We believe in changing people’s attitudes to food and drink products and services. We do this by sharing stories about the products brands and services that inform and educate people – the media, customers, stakeholders, internal teams. We use different disciplines to deliver this including research, public relations and marketing.
We collaborate with clients from, food, drink, fresh produce and hospitality. Here are some of the great brands we work with.
- Business to Consumer
- Launch Event
- Media Relations
- Brand Workshop
- Content Creation
- Content Marketing
- Business to Business
- Strategy Planning
“PamLloyd PR has spent over 10 years as the leading fresh produce PR agency. They invented the model that everyone else now copies. They’re trustworthy and they listen. They have developed and refined an efficient and highly effective content engine. This generates substantial volumes of high quality print and online coverage for our products.”
The team at PamLloyd PR have built up a relationship with me that is warm and familiar. They are very knowledgeable about the products they represent (and many that they don’t) and out of all the PR companies I deal with, I remember them, and their client list. I like them so much that I go out of my way to keep in touch with them. Simply a great outfit.
For a free comms audit drop us a line fresh @ pamlloyd dot com. Call us on 0117 924 7220 or message us on Twitter or Instagram. We're a friendly bunch and happy to chat over a coffee.
From the cost of Christmas dinner to the falling number of restaurants in the UK these are the food news stories that have caught our…
From the failing government scheme that is actually putting children off eating fruit to the mobile phone ban in restaurant chain Frankie & Benny’s these are the food news stories that have caught our eye this week.