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HP Foods’ Amoy brand is relaunching its chilled sauces range and has introduced a premium soy sauce product. Design for both is by Springpoint.

John Herbert Partnership has developed new store concepts for Mappin & Webb and Watches of Switzerland, both part of the Asprey Group.

European Press Holdings title Sunday Business will relaunch on Sunday, created in-house by art director John Belklap and designer Ali Palmer. The paper went under early last year.>

The Golden Cats, one of South Africa’s four teams in the Winfield Super 12 Series rugby tournament with Australia and New Zealand, has been branded by Sampson Associates in South Africa. The tournament starts on 27 February.

Pentagram partner Justus Oehler has created the logo for a festival in Salzburg celebrating Mozart’s 250th anniversary. The marque is an interplay between the names of the composer, his home town and the festival’s date. It will be used on the International Mozart Foundation and the Tourism Board’s stationery. Last year Oehler created a symbol to mark the 250th anniversary of the death of Bach in 2000 (DW 5 December 1997).

This promotional literature was designed to raise awareness of radio production company Wise Buddah. SEA Design was brought in by company founder Mark Goodier of Radio One and was given an open brief on the material. Wise Buddah syndicates programmes, jingle packages and remixes to local radio stations. Boy George and DJs Pete Tong, Judge Jules and Trevor Nelson are also involved with the operation.

The Tate Gallery launches its first website today, designed by The Hub in Twickenham.

Insurance group Eagle Star has introduced trial branding by The Partners. The brand, if successful in the Central Television region, will be extended nationwide.

Toorkwaz creative director Stuart Mackenzie has clarified that he worked on the Simple Minds website with Motion Pixels, rather than being sole designer on the project (First Sight, DW 6 February).

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