< div class= "inline_image image_size_full" data-attachment=" 256425" data-sequence= "2" >< img alt= "St Pierre" src= "https://www.breadnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/st-pierre-uae-sales-set-to-rise-with-bidfood-me-noting.jpg" dimensions= "( max-width: 1023px) 100vw, 780px" class=" lazyload" size=" 6537" height =" 4358" srcset=" https://www.breadnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/st-pierre-uae-sales-set-to-rise-with-bidfood-me-noting.jpg 480w, https://www.breadnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/st-pierre-uae-sales-set-to-rise-with-bidfood-me-noting-1.jpg 600w, https://www.breadnews.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/st-pierre-uae-sales-set-to-rise-with-bidfood-me-noting-2.jpg 780w "> St Pierre Groupe has actually extended its circulation reach between east by safeguarding a foodservice listing with Bidfood ME.
Following the offer, continued development in the retail field can see St Pierre’s sales rise by practically 40% in the UAE, the group stated
Sales of St Pierre Groupe brand names in the UAE have actually accomplished double-digit development from 2016 via to 2020, with progression just slowing down slightly during the pandemic, the firm added.
“This move right into the foodservice market with Bidfood ME becomes part of our goal to help make costs, high quality items accessible to everybody,” claimed Mark Frossell, industrial manager, UAE at St Pierre Groupe.
The team’s St Pierre as well as Baker Street are distributed throughout the UAE, both in the retail and foodservice markets.
“Our brand names carry out specifically well between East market,” stated Frossell. “For St Pierre, as professionals in brioche, we offer a costs item that enables consumers to update everyday food selection staples. Baker Street provides a slice of home to the hundreds of thousands of UK expatriates living in the UAE, with a variety of standard bakeshop items.”
The St Pierre brand originally introduced right into the Middle East market in 2014 after the moms and dad business developed a connection with worldwide exporter YInternational. In 2020, St Pierre Groupe was welcomed by the Department for International Trade (DIT) to join a delegation at the Gulfood trade show in Dubai which, according to the vendor, cemented partnerships with retail drivers Lulu’s, Choithrams as well as Spinney’s.
In 2020, St Pierre Groupe’s turn over went beyond the ₤ 100m mark for the first time in the company’s history, according to accounts filed with Companies House. The success was seen as a boost to the business’s plans to double the worth of its business over the following five years.
The goal was revealed in September 2021 when David Milner took up the setting of CEO. Milner claimed there was “still substantial potential” for the group, describing it as a “amazing service, doing pastry shop differently” with its three brand names.