A results focused international food sales and marketing consultancy that helps food & drink companies succeed in international markets
Food Marketing Agency
If you’re looking to grow your business in the global food and drink market, our international food marketing company, Green Seed Group, have over 25 years of industry experience. As a trusted food marketing agency, we have specialists in each country
At Green Seed Group, we work with businesses of all shapes and sizes all over the world. Creating exciting opportunities in new markets.
Starting with getting to know you, your product, its people and their passions, we’ll help you identify the markets to focus on and create a food marketing strategy to drive your business forward.
Whether it’s providing food export support for French charcuterie producers looking to sell into the Spanish market, or assisting brands like Quorn with their sales strategy across Europe, we’ve developed our own specialist food and drinks sales model.
With Green Seed Group our Seed, Incubate, Grow, Harvest food export strategy combines with the right contacts to kickstart your journey. Our food PR agency is proven to aid your business in securing new listings and delivering tangible results through our strategies. Helping you to reap the rewards as your company grows internationally.
Having worked with some of the biggest brands in the food and drink industry, as well as specialist artisan producers, we would love to become your trusted food marketing agency and help you reach your full potential.
From marketing support for your new product, strategic planning and research for breaking into new domestic or international markets, sales execution and PR, we have you covered. We provide your food and drink products with all the necessary tools to give it the best chance of success. Get in touch with us today to see how we can help take your products to the next level.
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Why is British cuisine so heavy on carbohydrates and meat?
England, for centuries vegetables were believed to be a source of disease. Onions and cabbage were among the few vegetables that found their way into medieval British cuisine, and then only when cooked for a very long time.