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Farm shop re-brand to attract more shoppers.

LEWIS'S Farm Shop in Eyton has invested in a re-brand.

The shop already enjoyed a good reputation - selling locally sourced meat, cheeses and baking its own cakes, pies, quiches and pastries.

Now owners Mark and Jayne Lewis have spent money on a new logo, which can be seen on the shop's new signage, interior decor, staff uniforms and promotional materials.

A new website has been launched to increase the shop's online presence. They hope it can win over younger shoppers.

Mark said: "Our farm shop operates in a very traditional way and is stocked with a huge range of exciting produce. We are incredibly passionate about good food and we are keen to offer an affordable and friendly alternative to supermarket giants. We have always enjoyed loyalty from our customers but over the years we have noticed the younger generation do not visit us regularly. Perhaps the convenience of the supermarket is too great a draw but we are able to provide better quality products at similar prices."

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Jul 5, 2017
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