CSS Menus has a great client portfolio, the team is efficient and professional and always suggests suitable products and recipes for my page. The team
doesn’t bombard me with irrelevant information and always responds quickly to tight deadlines. It is a pleasure to work with CSS Menus.
Dominique Ayling (Deputy Editor, Daily Star on Sunday – Take 5)

Food writers like me are constantly pestered by PR companies. Food Matters is one of the few that does its research before it gets in touch. They aren’t time wasters; far from it, they understand the media and journalists’ needs so I am always happy to hear from them. Food Matters has integrity and represents food producers and organisations it can be proud of and I have always found the staff knowledgeable and intelligent, helpful and efficient.
Lindsey Bareham (Food writer, The Times)

Unlike many PR companies, CSS Menus do not bombard you with unnecessary or irrelevant e-mails and are really generous with product samples. The events that they organise are both efficiently run and well-thought out to provide maximum exposure and benefit for both clients and attendees. Everybody that I have dealt with at CSS Menus has been charming, efficient, and a pleasure to work with.
Cooksister (leading food blogger)

CSS Menus has the edge in PR. Meticulous in planning and imaginative in approach, this agency is consistently excellent. From a journalistic viewpoint, Carolyn and her team are fast, bright, unintrusive and perceptive. They are a delight to work with.
Chris Hirst (Food writer, The Independent)

CSS Menus is a Titan among food PRs. The team has huge experience, deep knowledge of the culinary world and is an utter joy to deal with. I couldn’t recommend them highly enough.
Tom Parker Bowles (Food writer, Mail on Sunday and contributing editor GQ)

CSS Menus’ intelligent, sensitive approach and ability to pin-point exactly which of their clients is relevant to us makes working with them an absolute
pleasure. Everyone I have met from CSS Menus is a passionate and knowledgeable foodie in their own right which gives them a real edge in the industry.
Janine Ratcliffe (Food Editor, Olive Magazine)

CSS Menus is very efficient when it comes to promoting its clients. They’re responsive and have a good understanding of what we need across our
titles. But above all they’re a really friendly bunch and that definitely goes a long way to making a good impression.
Clare Riley (Editor, Eat Out)
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