Entries by DPM Marketing

Christmas foodie trends of 2019

With summer all but a distant memory, many of us are already starting to think about Christmas. Whether you’re planning a meal for loved ones, an office Christmas do, remember that it’s the food that people will be talking about long after the festivities have been and gone. With this in mind we’ve taken a […]

Warming Spiced Parsnip Soup

  At DPM we love cooking as much as we love marketing food products. As the nights get colder and colder try this gently spiced soup recipe – made with cumin, coriander, turmeric and ginger – it turns parsnips into a heart-warming bowl of goodness. We loved it! Another advantage of having our on-site development […]

The importance of Lamb at home

Much is made of the fact that lamb sales in the home market have been declining in recent years but there should still be some degree of optimism in the market to turn this around. The lamb market is significant at just under £600m. Many big brands in the UK can only dream of having […]

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DPM @ Meat Business Women October 2017

We Brits love foodie TV programmes – but does this virtual feast mean we are becoming a nation of wannabe chefs? Is there an impact on how we are choosing and preparing our meals? DPM joined ‘Meat Business Women’ at their latest event at the historic Tallow Chandlers Hall in London to hear from research […]

DPM @ Anuga 2017

In conjunction with our client GPS Food Group, we have designed and developed the graphic content for their stand at Anuga 2017 in Cologne. Additionally, we have re-designed and updated their corporate specification manual which will also be used at the exhibition. DPM’s account manager Simon Laidler will be attending the show if you would […]