Musgrave MarketPlace has launched its new non-food brochure, ‘Kitchen 2 Counter’. The new brochure showcases the complete non-food range available from the wholesale supplier, with over 4,000 products from tableware, equipment, disposables and packaging to cleaning and hygiene.
The brochure is a product of Musgrave MarketPlace’s 2016 food trends research. The research highlighted the growing importance of creating dishes that have an aesthetic appeal for social media channels like Instagram and Pinterest. The brochure’s new presentation ware selection includes a wide range of photogenic products including copper pots, slates, enamel ware, olive wood boards and mini pots and pans.
The brochure also contains a ‘portion control’ range to satisfy customers’ increasing demand for healthy choices. These products specifically encourage portion control, aiding businesses to deliver on these consumer demands.
Speaking about the launch of the brochure, Noel Keeley managing director of Musgrave Wholesale Partners said, “We’re delighted to launch Kitchen 2 Counter. At Musgrave MarketPlace we are proud to offer a range of products that cater for all business needs, from front to back-of-house and everything in between. We carefully researched the emerging trends in the market and developed the range based on these. Our non-food brochure is packed full of products of the highest quality which are all carefully sourced to ensure best choice and value.
“The launch of the brochure provides us with the opportunity to not only showcase our extensive range of non-food products, but also some of the key people behind the brand who are the driving force behind the quality and diversity of our non-food offering.”
Kitchen 2 Counter includes the full product range available in the Musgrave MarketPlace’s seven cash and carry stores nationwide. The new non-food brochure is available from all Musgrave MarketPlace Business Development Managers, and can be downloaded by visiting http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/5a248029#/5a248029/6.
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