Entyce Creative

New website for drinks and confectionery supplier goes live

Earlier this year we were approached by one of the largest suppliers of soft drinks in the UK, Forrest Fresh Foods Ltd. The team at Forrest Fresh Foods recognised that they had outgrown their existing website, it was outdated and it was time for a brand new site.


Forrest Fresh Foods was established in 1996 and has grown rapidly since then. They started out supplying fresh fruit and vegetables but the business has since evolved and they now supply big name brands of soft drinks and confectionary. Their customers include corner shops, large wholesalers, cash and carries, takeaways and fast food outlets.

When they approached us their old site wasn’t responsive so a new responsive website would be key to keeping pace with changes to the way we all access information online. It would also be instrumental in helping them to improve their performance in search rankings. They wanted the site to have a modern, vibrant and professional feel that would represent the scale of their growing business and sit comfortably alongside the major, global brands they sell.

We created a strong, modern design for their website with a user friendly navigation which can be easily updated to include new products as they are added to their portfolio. The new website includes their vast product range and showcases major global brands such as Coke, Fanta, Red Bull, Pepsi, Ribena, Lucozade, Walkers and Cadbury.

The website launched recently and is already performing extremely well. It has generated valuable enquiries from new and prospective clients. The business is growing and has recently opened a new London office to support their expansion.

Following the success of the website design and development Forrest Fresh Foods have decided that they would like to continue to work with Entyce on an ongoing basis. We will be working with them on some exciting new digital marketing projects and are looking forward to further developing their online presence and supporting their growth plans.