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Epic Sales Partners Drives Sales in Bakery, Deli, Dairy Categories

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We all know dairy, bakery and deli are perimeter staples. Still, despite the demand for these products, suppliers often face unique obstacles that make it difficult to gain traction in the market.

From changing consumer preferences to the dominance of established brands, dairy, bakery and deli suppliers must navigate a complex landscape to succeed.

Born out of four legacy food sales brands, Epic Sales Partners Inc. provides headquarter management, retail merchandising, data analytics, technology and administrative services for fresh, specialty, natural and organic departments.

“Epic exists to help food retailers and manufacturers improve their fresh go-to-market strategies,” said David Huddle, president for Epic (Central).

We provide an intense focus on fresh food with integrated and impactful selling and retail solutions across multiple regions of the United States. Epic provides a streamlined approach that ensures a consistent experience.”

With more than 35 years of experience serving 100 retailers on behalf of more than 350 food manufacturers, this company knows a thing or two about becoming a fresh category leader.

On June 4-6, the Epic team will attend IDDBA 2023, the largest industry show for dairy, deli and bakery professionals. Attendees can see its work with others brought to life in the “What’s In Store” section of the show, which features the latest in products and merchandising trends. Epic will have 45 category experts in attendance from across the United States. 

“We work with the biggest and best grocery retailers and manufacturers that focus on the dairy, deli and bakery departments,” said Mark Wilhelm, president of Epic (West).

“They trust us to bring the products and the expertise on how to teach and train, drive distribution, enhance competitiveness and increase retail sales.”

Bart Thorne, president of Epic (East), said, “Epic is looking ahead to the future of fresh food. Consumers are buying more fresh and specialty foods and smart retailers and manufacturers are investing in this evolution. Epic is the sales agency best equipped to support this trend.”

To see Epic’s meat category insights from the North American Meat Institute and the Food Industry Association’s Annual Meat Conference earlier this year, click here.

As the largest independent food sales agency in the country, Epic looks forward to building new partnerships across not only the dairy, bakery and deli aisles but across all fresh food categories in the year ahead.

To learn more, visit epicsales.com.

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