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Hollands keeps its pies on the road with new livery



Lancashire baker Holland’s Pies has re-branded its fleet of vans to feature images of its 
Best Ever pie range.
 
The new vans displaying its famous pies warming in the oven can be seen on the road now delivering fresh pies and puds to over 1,200 chippies across the North West.
 
Holland’s Pies’ Best Ever chippy pie range launched in August following feedback from both consumers and chip shop owners wanting even more of its tasty fillings.
 
Leanne Holcroft, brand manager at Holland’s Pies, said: “On the back of the launch of our Best Ever range, we’re pleased to announce our brand-new livery. As the North West’s number one chippy pie brand, we wanted to continue to highlight our Best Ever pie range and keep it front of mind by using enticing photography and key messaging on our vans, reminding our loyal fans where they can grab their favourite tasty pie.”
 

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