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Deadline for application:
Sat, 31 Jul. 2021
This is a business opportunity for an overseas buyer. Pitch for the business and explain how your company meets their requirements.
A leading food and drink company is searching for British traditional puddings.
The company wants to make contact with UK companies who can produce traditional puddings like but limited to:
– Yorkshire pudding
– sticky toffee pudding
– Christmas pudding
Products could be in ready to eat package, frozen package and/or instant mix package.
The company are a family-owned company with more than 20 years of experience in importing and distributing food and drinks.
They are looking for reputable global brands and are interested in bringing in well-known brands from the UK.
They work on a national level in traditional retail trade, modern retail trade as well as e-commerce.
Its preference is to work directly with brands, manufacturers or producers.
It does not want to work and will not respond to requests from consolidators, wholesalers or third-party resellers.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia will liaise with the company, and they will contact you if interested.
Opportunity closing date:
31 July 2021
Value of contract:
To be confirmed
The buyer is happy to talk to:
Express your interest:
Express your interest to the British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia.
All submissions will be reviewed and you will be notified of any potential next steps. You can only express your interest if you are a UK registered company.
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