‘We’ve secured new clients and will continue to expand’
Brexit has brought about a lot of growth potential for our business with the drop in sterling helping secure additional export opportunities.
In the last month, we have secured clients in six additional countries and with our product being well received we are hopeful these new deals will continue to grow as the Government looks to negotiate trade arrangements.
We already export to China, Dubai and Taiwan, so we are no stranger to differing bureaucracy and logistics, and we will continue to export and expand globally.
Purchasing ingredients against the dollar can be challenging and like others the price of imports is probably our key concern.”