Multiple Marketing Food from Britain (FFB) Buyers’ Guide

Multiple Marketing Limited is a family owned manufacturing and national food distribution business, founded in 1981. Parent company RM Curtis (est. 1850) is the longest established supplier of culinary nuts to the catering trade.

Multiple Marketing was originally established as a brokerage, undertaking all aspects of the sales, marketing and product distribution for various European companies from factory gate to customer. In 1996 having identified a growing consumer demand for healthy soft drinks and following market research the company registered it’s first trademark brand, Sunmagic pure still additive free fruit juices. The initial range of six SKU’s has since grown to twenty-six SKU’s of various formats, Tetra Pak, PET and Cans all totally free from artificial additives, ambient stable and with long shelf life.

In 1997 Multiple Marketing diversified into the snack market registering and launching their second brand, Eat Natural a range of all natural ingredient luxury snack bars. The Eat Natural range now consists of eleven different varieties of bar plus mini bars, a breakfast cereal and the most recent addition Lunchies specifically for children. Eat Natural are gluten and GMO free and suitable for vegetarians.

The third brand launched by Multiple Marketing was Fun Time, a range of low fat, low sugar and artificial additive free flavoured milks. The Fun Time range is available in three flavours and two formats 200ml Tetra and 500ml PET.

The most recent addition to the Multiple Marketing brand portfolio is Something XTRA, a cereal bar with 10 vitamins and much more. Something XTRA was originally developed in conjunction with Tesco who had identified growing consumer demand for something more than just another me too cereal bar. Something XTRA is currently available in two variants and among its successes to date is a listing with Military of Defence.

The common link across all four Multiple Marketing brands is that they are all free from artificial ingredients, preservatives and colouring. The company has a combination of fifteen juices and milks approved and compliant with new government regulations for products suitable for sale in schools.