Manchester-based premium snack brand Ten Acre has chosen the brand to be an Export Champion for the Department of International Trade.
Ten Acre crisps and popcorn launched just four years ago. Today the brand is stocked by Selfridges, Whole Foods, Holland & Barrett shops as well as fine food shops and hotels across the UK and is also exported to the US, Canada, the Middle East, the Far East, throughout Europe – and even to the Maldives.
As a result of their global success, Ten Acre’s CEO, Tony Goodman, will now be spreading the word about the benefits of international trade, and inspiring other businesses to consider the export route. Through the initiative, the DIT wants to encourage and support companies in the North West to take up the export challenge, boosting overseas sales of regional products.
Bev Mullin, Partnerships Manager for the DIT North West Regional Team said, “DIT North West are thrilled that Ten Acre have agreed to become one of their Export Champions. In doing so, they join an elite group of businesses who have been hand-picked to inspire and motivate those inexperienced in international trade, by promoting the benefits of exporting through their own success and sharing their extensive exporting knowledge and experience.”