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Dunns Acquire Hotsauce Drinks

6th March 2018 Paul Andrews

Dunns Food and Drinks are delighted to announce the purchase of premium spirits wholesaler Hot Sauce Drinks into their portfolio.

They say the perfect cocktail relies on both freshness and balance. Dunns Food and Drinks are extending this philosophy to their portfolio of products with the acquisition of premium spirit purveyors Hot Sauce Drinks.

After a momentous year in terms of growth in 2017, Scottish food and drink wholesaler Dunns are eager to innovate and shake up their offering and buying Hot Sauce will do just that. Under this move, Dunns customers will have access to an unparalleled range of premium spirits and cocktail accoutrements while previous Hot Sauce customers can look forward to the amazing quality of service from Dunns too.

Jim Rowan, Managing Director of Dunns said, “It’s a really exciting time to be a part of the Dunns team. This acquisition is bold but we like that: it says to our customers that we’re constantly trying to keep at the forefront with regards to consumer trends."

What spurred such a move? “We take a keen interest in what our customers are doing and we’ve been fascinated by their inventive nature with regards to cocktails in recent times,” remarked Rowan. “It’s a market which we believe will only continue to bloom and having access to such a vast array of premium spirits only encourages our customers to continue creating.”

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