Planglow Blog

The Big Three-Oh

Back in the early Eighties programmer John Scott and salesmen Phillip Saunders were already working within the catering industry when they noticed a gap in the market for branded labelling products. Thirty years on MD John discusses how his and Phillip's early enterprises went on to become a multi award-winning business…

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Rubbish Christmas?

How to slim your bin ahead of the New Year!

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Labelling Unstuck: Allergens, Nutritional Data & the Law

With both food allergies and obesity on the rise, food labelling has never been under more scrutiny. And last December the government introduced strict new labelling legislation to help better protect public health. Nearly one year on we take a look at what’s new as well as the changes to come.

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Life Hacks: Labelling and Display Items

Labelling, menus and ticketing can all be utilised to communicate much more than the food and drink you offer.

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Indian Summer

Indian street food & curries in a hurry

National Curry Week is fast approaching, closely followed by Diwali (the Hindu festival of lights). Both of these occasions represent excellent opportunities to trial a broad spectrum of Asian cuisine...

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Bright Ideas

Packaging design: How we developed our new all-white brand

This September sees the launch of, our latest compostable collection Blanco, but how does a new branded packaging range go from drawing board to reality?

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Case Study: Chriskitch

Scarlett Johansson and a three book deal is all in a day’s work for the proprietor of a deli-café supreme

Tucked amongst the leafy avenues around Muswell Hill you'll find the immensely popular deli-cafe Chriskitch. Owner and founder Christian Honor hails from Australia and has been cooking for nearly three decades...

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Design of the Times

Developing design trends from Planglow’s in house branding agency, Glo Creative

The vintage look popular in previous years has become increasingly pared back with a wide variety of interiors – from hotels and restaurants to clothing retailers – now sporting industrial interior design touches: distressed stamp-effect lettering...

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