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Opinion by Richard Baird.
Hurly Burly brings the bold flavour and natural health benefits of naturally fermented foods to the United Kingdom. Its first range of products will be a variety of raw organic coleslaws. Flavours include Jalapeño & Oregano, Lemon & Ginger and Turmeric & Cumin. Name, brand identity and packaging design, developed by London-based design studio Midday, intends to bring to the forefront the turbulent and continual process of fermentation, emphasis the strong flavour profile of fermented foods and secure shelf impact through a combination of bold typographical play and colour.
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