UK supermarket Morrisons to sell products in Big C

Morrisons clinches a first with Thai tie-up

LAURA ONITA

 

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Supermarkets group Morrisons on Thursday inked its first international deal, selling products wholesale to a grocery chain in Thailand.  

 

The retailer said it will begin exporting 100 own-brand products to Big C stores in Thailand, the country’s third-biggest grocer. 

 

Chief executive David Potts, however, played down suggestions that the move meant the business was going international amid its turnaround efforts. Barring a lone shop in Gibraltar, the retailer does not have international stores. It recently agreed to supply nine Sandpiper stores in the Channel Islands. 

 

Full story: https://www.standard.co.uk/business/morrisons-clinches-a-first-with-thai-tieup-a3934991.html

 

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