articles about how we eat, you'll love the inaugural issue of HH Trends. This first issue, The Food Issue, explores a range of trends and topics happening in the culinary space from "microcustomization" to "food + hacking" to "flash food."
Hill Holliday's strategy department is pleased to announce the release of its first issue of “HH Trends” — a monthly ezine about documenting trends, commentary, obscure ephemera, and insightful rants regarding the experience of branding and culture.
Our first issue, The Food Issue, explores a range of trends and topics happening in the culinary space from “microcustomization” to “food + hacking” to “flash food.” So if you liked this week's cover of Ad Age and the articles about how we eat, you'll love this first issue of “HH Trends.”
Look for the next issue soon.
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