The new website is packed full of everyday fish inspiration.
Young’s Seafood Announces New Website Launch
(UNITED KINGDOM, 8/29/2017)
Young’s Seafood Limited, the UK’s number one fish and seafood business, has launched their brand new website packed full of everyday fish inspiration.
The refreshed site now showcases the delicious meal ideas that can be effortlessly created with Young’s products.
The consumer-facing site has revised styling and design elements, and in terms of features, it’s all new:
New carousels with meal inspiration ideas, from core family favourites to Gastro and Chip Shop,
New recipe search function,
New range and product pages, with a new ‘buy now’ linking directly to retailers where the product is available,
And refreshed, easy to follow recipes.
The new website showcases delicious mid-week meal solutions.
Keely Wade, Senior Brand Manager at Young’s Seafood Limited, said: “Our new website is packed full of everyday fish inspiration. We want to inspire people to love fish now and for generations to come, and our site shows delicious meal ideas that can be effortlessly created at home, and makes it easy for consumers to shop by linking directly to retailers.”
The new site is packed with tasty meal ideas that can be effortlessly created at home.
About Young’s Seafood Limited
Young’s Seafood Limited is the UK’s leading supplier of frozen and chilled, own-label and branded fish and seafood. A major supplier to UK retailers, Young’s Seafood Limited is home to Young’s, the UK's leading frozen and chilled fish brand.
With an award winning Fish for Life programme on responsible sourcing, and 10 Principles of Responsible Fish Procurement, Young’s are committed to ensuring that great quality fish is accessible to all, now and for generations to come. For over 200 years, Young's has been making great seafood and building on this heritage, and specialises in making the best fish simple and delicious.
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