Empire Foods sets up its stall for Christmas

Speciality food importer unveils 2024 Christmas catalogue

Specialist food importer Empire Bespoke Foods is urging retailers to be Christmas-ready this year with the launch of its Christmas Pre-Order Catalogue.

WHILE many will be looking to the sunshine and holidays away, plenty of retailers will be keeping Christmas in mind as the holiday season continues to dominate the retail sector.

Making sure you stay on top of this means plenty of early planning and, in retail, it certainly pays off to stay one step ahead – or six months in this case.

Bearing this in mind, speciality food importer Empire Bespoke Foods has launched its new 2024 Christmas Pre-Order Catalogue.

Emphasising a range of treats and goodies that wouldn’t go amiss from the very best European Christmas markets, the firm is set to roll out its range of specialist treats for the festive season.

Including a range of Gingerbread delights, Panettone as well as bottled mulled wine options, Empire Foods is keen to make sure no one is left with a lump of coal in their stockings come this December.

Especially for those retailers who plan ahead as Empire has warned that its cut off date for pre-orders is fast approaching.

Set to end on 31 May, retailers who are keen to get in a unique and memorable range of Christmas goodies for this year would do well to visit the Empire Foods website before the cut off and make sure their store is Christmas ready.

Edward Rayment, digital marketing & e-commerce manager at Empire Bespoke Foods, said: “While many of us are still planning our summer holidays, in retail terms the countdown to Christmas is now on and we know that our customers are already thinking about Christmas and the lines to stock to capitalise on the festive season.

“We have once again joined forces with top quality producers from around the world to hand-select the very best festive ranges and indulgent treats for our customers to stock.

“By planning ahead and being Christmas-ready well in advance, retailers can create some truly beautiful displays which are not only aesthetically pleasing but can actively help drive footfall and increase basket spend at this busy time of year.”