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Morrisons expands global wholesale reach with new partnership


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// Morrisons expands global wholesale reach with new British Corner Shop partnership
// The partnership means Morrisons products will be made available to customers in Malta, Hong Kong, Cyprus and St Helena

Morrisons has expanded its global wholesale reach after signing a new deal with international grocer British Corner Shop.

The new partnership means Morrisons products will be made available to customers through retailers such as Smart in Malta, CRV in Hong Kong, Alphamega in Cyprus and Thorpes in St Helena.

It will also make 180 Morrisons products available to customers in Singapore through NTUC FairPrice, both online and in store, with BritGrocer in Canada launching online in the coming weeks.


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“British Corner Shop’s wholesale business-to-business model is enabling Morrisons to build on its existing international network of retailers,” Morrisons said.

The wholesale partnership will augment Morrisons’ existing agreements across McColl’s convenience stores in the UK and online with Amazon, Deliveroo, Gopuff and bulk-order customers.

Morrisons wholesale director Paul Dobson said: “We’re really pleased to be working with British Corner Shop as we expand our international wholesale business.

“There is a deep and growing interest in British brands and products overseas, and partnering with British Corner Shop has allowed us to move at pace and distribute Morrisons products to new countries all around the world.”

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