Coconut Chilli briefs Rich Leigh & Company

Gourmet food company Coconut Chilli has brought in Rich Leigh & Company as its consumer PR agency.


Coconut Chilli

Coconut Chilli is a British-based, ethical, start-up food business, which manufactures gourmet Indian microwaveable meal pots.

Product recipes focus on ingredients found in the hill station region of Coorg, in Southern India, and head chef KK Anand has worked in several acclaimed Indian kitchens in London, including the Cinnamon Club in Westminster and Mint Leaf, which he set up in Haymarket.

Rich Leigh & Company will provide PR and media relations support for Coconut Chilli, with a strong focus on building authoritative links.

Navina Barlett, founder of Coconut Chilli, said: “Rich and his team were the obvious choice when we were looking for PR support. They demonstrate a clear passion for both creativity and accountability. SEO is ever-important to us and PR is uniquely placed to build links with authoritative sites, something Rich has shown us his team does regularly for current clients.”

Rich Leigh, founder of Rich Leigh & Company, added: “It’s great to be able to welcome Coconut Chilli to the ever-growing Rich Leigh & Company family. The product range tastes incredible and we can’t wait to get out there and start showing it off to both the press and public.”

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