Aisle opens for British entrepreneurs as supermarket company launches brand building program

The launch of the supermarket Morrisons initiative by emerging British brands has provided food entrepreneurs with a faster path to the national market.

The program drops the ability to sell their products to all 497 stores and reach associated online listings.

The West Yorkshire company will provide advertising plans and favorable payment terms to promote business plans.

A team of brand-innovation experts has come together to find hand-changing game changers and innovative products that can help them get to the forefront.

Successful applicants will receive advice and support ranging from manufacturing and packaging, marketing and logistics to cover every aspect of retail.

David Potts, CEO of Morrisons, said: “There are thousands of people who have great ideas, but getting them to market in large quantities is often a long, risky and complicated process.

“Morrisons started a store 100 years ago and is now one of the largest retailers in the UK.

“For a very long time, small businesses have not had the opportunity or the confidence to measure a great idea of ​​offering hundreds of stores in aggressive sizes. We hope that this project can provide support, guidance and confidence to the best brands with the best products to expand the boundaries of the best brands, reach new customers around Great Britain We hope so. ”

Morrisons invites entrepreneurial businesses.

There are also businesses in the beauty and homewear categories Invited to apply To Bradford headquarters.

Food Minister Victoria Brentis said: “It was clear in our statement that we want people at home and abroad to line up for British purchases. The ‘Emerging British Brands’ program will boost small businesses and encourage them to reach thousands of new customers.

“Our food and beverage businesses are renowned for their high quality products and animal health standards, which are an integral part of our agri-food industry, supporting more than four million jobs and contributing $ 121 billion to the UK economy. I welcome Morrisons’ announcement to further support entrepreneurs in this key sector. ”

Morrisons launched a Local Food Producers program in 2017 and has since launched more than 1,300 products from local food producers, farmers and manufacturers. The new program aims to find suppliers with the ability to store in stores across the country.

Sophia Harrison

Part time worker

I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top