Take a look at June’s Wholesale News

From Japanese wholesalers and the street food revolution to the water sector’s growth, there’s plenty to get stuck into

After the roaring success of May’s revamped Wholesale News, we’ve decided to release another one in June – and it’s just days away from landing on your doorstep.

Packed with great photography, insightful analysis and all the latest updates you’ll need from the wholesale sector, this edition might just pip the last one.

If you’re not already subscribed to the print edition or signed up to our newsletter, then maybe now’s the time to do it. You can also read our digital edition of the magazine right now. And while you’re at it, why not follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn as well?

Here’s a sneak peek of some of what you can look forward to this time.

The street food revolution

With foodie street vendors popping up all over cities, at festivals and anywhere there are hungry punter, it’s time to embrace the UK’s latest craze

The Big Interview: App-y days!

With more and more wholesale apps appearing across the industry, RNF Managing Director Rob Mannion reveals what’s getting people’s thumbs tapping

Japan’s shop window

A busy store in the throng of London doesn’t seem like the obvious place to talk wholesale. But as Japan Centre’s story proves, it’s the perfect entry point to sell more

Are you ready for the future?

With FWD’s Future of Wholesale conference less than a month away, some of this sector’s most-respected names discuss the latest industry trends you need to be aware of

Grow with the flow

Make a splash this summer by taking advantage of bottled water’s continued growth

There’s loads more to enjoy as well, including column from FWD Chairman Andrew Selley and a piece from a man who believes Brexit may well turn out to be more positive than many are predicting. Enjoy!

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