Quorn to serve up 1m samples

February 1997
Marketing Event;Feb97, p10
Focuses on field marketing and product sampling specialist BFP Holdings Corp.'s launching of a major sampling campaign for Quorn meat-free, low fat products at the end of March 1997.


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