Online marketplace offers new route-to-market for suppliers

A new online marketplace is allowing food manufacturers and suppliers to make their products available to the food market without minimum order quantities.

Open to the wholesale, trade and consumer sectors, GFG has been set-up for suppliers looking for a simple and effective new route to market during the coronavirus crisis.

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“Although everyone is now self-isolating, we can still get your products out there now,” says Stephen Briggs, managing director of GFG. “We have capacity to take on more suppliers and drive sales for them, shipping their products direct to customers’ homes and businesses, such as care homes, hospitals and takeaways.”

“Without pubs, restaurants and other supply routes, we know that consumers, retailers and wholesalers are looking to source new and different products, and our rapidly expanding range of chilled, frozen, ambient and alcohol products can be delivered direct to their door,” adds Briggs. “Not only can consumers try new products at home, but wholesalers and retailers can also use GFG to expand their range and trial new products without risk, which is invaluable at this time of uncertainty. Get in touch to see what we can do for you.”

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Paul Hill is the Editor of Better Wholesaling. He can be found on Twitter at @BW_PaulHill, or contacted via and 07960935659.


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