Palm PR has been appointed by the family behind Russell Smith Farms to manage the launch of crisp brand SAVOURSMITHS.

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Produced from potatoes and rapeseed oil from the family farm in Cambridgeshire and hand-cooked in small batches, SAVOURSMITHS’ flavours include Champers and Serrano Chilli, Truffle & Rosemary, Parmesan & Port and Wagyu Beef with Honey and Mustard.

Palm PR has been briefed to support SAVOURSMITHS in its aim to secure a share of the £1.34 billion potato crisp category by tapping into demand for innovative flavours crisps made with healthier cooking oils including rapeseed oil.[1]

The agency will deliver a campaign across consumer, business and trade media to raise awareness of the brand throughout the UK to drive sales and increase SAVOURSMITHS’ distribution network.

The account was won following a five-way pitch.

Liam Keogh, Palm PR director,  said: “We are delighted to join the SAVOURSMITHS team, which is at the forefront of a very exciting development in the snack category, by re-inventing and elevating Britain’s favourite snack, the traditional crisp with a completely unique and epicurean offering.”

[1] Mintel 2015 Crisps, Savoury Snacks and Nuts report, UK – January 2016 

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