(United Kingdom) – The Dimitra Food Group, who bills themselves as the Largest Platform of Greek Food Producers, announced recently that it has entered the food market in the United Kingdom. This company was founded in Greece by a large network of food producers who all focus on creating authentic Greek food products. The size of these food producers varies from small to large, and Dimitra Food Group gives them a platform to make their offerings available to customers all over the world. Most of these producers are family owned and Dimitra gives them the resources they need to operate thriving businesses.
According to a recent press release, “Thier presence on the UK market via Dimitra’s platform now provides UK wholesalers and food buyers an easy reach to over 50 product categories including gourmet, natural and organic ranges.” This means that shops all over the UK now have the ability to carry these traditional Greek products.
George Orfanidis, the founder of the Dimitra Food Group, talks about the benefits delivers to food markets as well as food producers. He says, “Our unique platform benefits both sides of the market: for the Greek food producers we open new international markets and provide global marketing expertise whereas for foreign wholesalers, retail chains, cafes and restaurants we deliver top quality food, straight-forward purchase and shipping processes, which were unattainable or inefficient before. In essence, by leveraging the latest technology we match the ‘long tail’ of food manufacturers with a mature, demanding market in an effective and innovative ways.”
The food market in the United Kingdom is highly diversified, and the Dimitra Food Group makes these quality Greek foods available to the public. Orfanidis says, “Since the ancient times Greek food has been well-known for its quality, well-preserved traditions and often century long, ancient recipes making Greece one of the top quality food exporters. We are excited that our platform enables us to expand and share the authentic taste of Greece far beyond its borders.”