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New easy to navigate website from Young’s



Young’s Foodservice has launched a new and improved website

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Found at www.youngsfoodservice.co.uk, it offers easy to access product information, alongside recipe inspiration and specific insight for each individual sector. It also encompasses the sections users found useful from the previous site such as ‘fishy facts’ and Young’s Foodservice new.

Speaking of the new website, Adrian Greaves, foodservice director, said: “We are delighted to launch our new website to provide foodservice operators a more informative, user-friendly site which better represents our brand and the solutions that our products provide. The new design is more visually appealing, informative and better reflects our brand identity. What’s more, the layout is easy to use and navigate, which in turn provides a more rewarding online experience.”

The website remains in line with the traditional Young’s branding but has new styling and design elements, such as the Made in Britain marque.

It is part of a brand refresh for Young’s Foodservice, which has a unique heritage in fish stretching back over 200 years.

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