Nisa Retail has agreed to a five-year extension of its contract with British food exporter Ramsden International.
The agreement could reportedly see an estimated £200 million in sales by 2026.
Ramsden, which supplies products to 650 customers across 133 countries, said that it renewed the contract due to Nisa’s “wide product range” and “strong service levels.”
It will also retain access to 16,000 SKUs and Nisa’s “global export exclusivity” for 2400 Co-op products, which is reportedly central to the business’s expansion plans.
The convenience retailer said that the deal “represents an extension to the longstanding trading relationship” between the two parties.
“Nisa has demonstrated and exceeded expectation throughout our working relationship, through jointly incorporating and developing many bespoke procedures and always being open to review further mutually beneficial service enhancements,” Ramsden International managing director Akhatar Zahid said.
Nisa head of sales James Roberts added: “After more than a decade of building the strong trading relationship we have with Ramsden International, we are delighted to have agreed the extension of our contract and are excited to be a part of the group’s growth going forward.”