How wholesaler Foodbomb is taking its suppliers direct-to-consumer

Launched in 2017, wholesale platform Foodbomb connects restaurants and cafes with a marketplace of around 160 suppliers, simplifying the ordering process. But, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the business opened its doors to direct-to-consumer (D2C) sales to buoy the market through periods of empty supermarket shelves.  Now it’s unlikely to turn its D2C offering off. Here, we talk to founder and chief executive Paul Tory about what the move has been like. Inside Retail: Can you tell

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