I am looking for a UK based creative writer with skills and experience of writing product descriptions for food products on the restaurant menu or leaflet or posters. I need descriptions for food products (20-30 words) that will not only help customers to understand the product but also make them buy and eat right away.
I will need below, but I will seek your expert advise.
- A nice description of main food product (flavours, how its different and unique etc). This may cover origins as well.
- Mouthwatering description of each product (6 food products in total).
- Few words descriptions/intros for combo meals (4 combo meals of 6 food products).
Please keep in mind I don't need too long or too wordy descriptions. The total word count of this task will be less than 400 words.
I have attached Nando's menu just to give you an idea, as there are well written descriptions on these menus.
I will also need some advise on my current slogan/tagline and how to make it more appealing. As the nature of my business is fast food/take away, so my in direct compeition is with fast food brands like subway, KFC, pizza hut etc.
My budget is very limited so I would appreciate a competitive quote.
Please include sample of previous work (food or any other products) with the quote.
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I've withdrawn my bid due to the misleading rating of £££ (now ££ but the budget suggested on your revised job posting reflects a £ rating). This is not an hour's work. You need a professional at a professional wage or you simply aren't going to succeed in your objectives.
I echo the comment made below, you either need or want to pay for an expert or you want to pay less and get someone who want to build a portfolio and is using your work as their testing ground.
Please advise how many products there are so we can calculate the word count for the quote.
What is your budget please?
If your budget is limited you should state 'entry' £ rates and not mislead with 'expert' £££.