The new look incorporates design as well as content updates, and, whilst innovative and moving with the consumer need for change, remains very true to the Fresh Living
brand. The most notable modification for readers will be the magazine's front cover; a new masthead has been introduced, and the border, that has become an iconic feature of the Pick n Pay brand, has been removed.
"We feel that the new branding Pick n Pay launched in 2007 is now so firmly entrenched in the minds of the consumer that we no longer need to use this design element on our pages. The border works wonderfully in Pick n Pay's above-the-line communications but its removal on our cover gives us more visual freedom," says editor, Justine Drake.Fresh Living
is a publication that engages with, and listens to, its readers - recent surveys have indicated that today consumers want more recipes, health and wellness content, and with this in mind, there is a greater overall focus on well-being. Fresh Living
will introduce Everyday Heroes, a new feature that will offer a modern, healthy dinner for each night of the week, this will be supported by the very popular On a Shoestring, which comprises five family meals (for a family of four), including a detailed shopping list, for under R155 a week.
"The new look and feel is better curated, and more modern," says Drake. Fresh Living
has won multiple industry awards, including PICA for 'Custom Magazine of the Year'.
Posted on 18 Aug 2014 12:25