Reach more than 50,000 unique buyers TODAY with your own Sample Store
More and more ingredient buyers are researching food ingredients online before reaching out to sales representatives to place an order.1 In this online channel, the value of a customer friendly and easy-to-use Sample Store is higher than ever.
- 12-month Sample Store for EUR 750
- Reach more than 50,000 buyers on Ingredients Network and 1-2-Taste
Why is this a great way to extend your online presence?
- Make it easy for buyers to find your products and order samples with a customer-friendly store
- Gather new leads and cross-sell by following up on sample requests
- Grow additional business from current clients by promoting your new products on your own branded Sample Store
What can you offer buyers on your Sample Store?
- Buyers can browse your samples, technical documents, videos, quality certifications and more at their convenience
- Buyers can order samples with a simple click
- Additional services include selling directly from your branded Sample Store and order fulfilment in Europe or India
How does it work?
- We help you to set up a branded Sample Store on 1-2-Taste showcasing your samples (max. 10), reaching more than 10,000 unique buyers a month
- Your Sample Store is featured on the Ingredients Network directory, which attracts more than 40,000 unique buyers a month
- No hassle – all information required to fulfil sample requests is sent to you for processing
Special Offer brought to you by 1-2-Taste in partnership with Ingredients Network
This offer is extended to you thanks to a special partnership between 1-2-Taste and ingredients Network. 1-2-Taste is revolutionising the food ingredients industry with their innovative online platform for Food Ingredients and Technical Services. Ingredients Network is the world’s leading online food ingredients marketplace and the official 365 sourcing portal for event attendees during Fi Europe 2021, co-located with Hi Europe.
- McKinsey reports that 71% of B2B buyers prefer remote or digital self-serve interactions when evaluating suppliers