QB MARKET BRAND PARTNERS

  • Butterball

    Butterball is the largest producer of turkey products in the U.S. – producing approximately 1 billion pounds of turkey each year. For more than 50 years, Butterball has been the centerpiece of holiday family celebrations around the world.

  • McCain

    McCain Foods Limited was founded in 1957 by brothers, Harrison and Wallace McCain, with the production facility opening in their hometown of Florenceville, New Brunswick, Canada. Since its humble beginnings, McCain Foods has become one of the world's largest manufacturers of frozen French fries and potato specialties.

  • Buitoni

    All BUITONI® pasta starts with the best semolina flour, fresh eggs and water. Then, its mixed until our chefs think it’s the ideal texture and consistency. The finest cheeses and spices are used to provide an authentic freshly made pasta experience.

  • Mulwarra

    Mulwarra is a specialist exporter of premium Australian beef, lamb, veal, Wagyu beef, venison, seafood, game meat, charcuterie, poultry, goat meat, pork and specialty cheese.

  • Cape Herb & Spice

    Founded in 1194, the Cape Herb & Spice Companies lies in the heart of the world-renowned Constantia Winelands. Regarded as global leaders in the herb and spice industry, the facilities have been customer build and fitted with state-of-the-art equipment. Our technology is managed according to international food safety standards and is certified to the highest level on an annual basis.

  • Route 11

    With a secret recipe and superior ingredients, our mission is to make an outstanding product in a safe and clean environment. In this world of uncertainty that we live in, we believe comfort food should be just that!

  • Creapan

    Creapan products are made to have homemade quality and taste. Crêapan stays as close as possible to traditional recipes and with their expertise they use and develop production methods that give their pancakes and crepes that home made feeling.

  • Sanger

    Our product offerings consist of branded beef grades such as Wagyu, Angus, grain fed and grass fed beef, farm specific supply chain brands, veal, lamb and chicken. These products are sourced from over 100 highly valued supply chain partners who have enabled Sanger to offer our customers an end to end solution.

  • DeCecco

    Ever since 1886 we have an important responsibility, to carry on without any compromise a tradition of making pasta that we refine each passing day, and that allows us to bring on tables all over the world the pleasure of authentic Italian cuisine.

  • Tatua

    Founded in 1914, the Tatua Co-operative Dairy Company is the oldest independent dairy company in New Zealand. Today, Tatua exports more than 94% of its products to more than 60 countries worldwide each year and has sales offices in three countries, Japan, USA and China.

  • Ehrmann

    Ehrmann has created yogurt enjoyed by consumers around the world for nearly 100 years. Among the leading dairies in Europe, the Ehrmann family learned the craft of yogurt-making in Oberschönegg in Bavaria, Germany in 1929. The founder was the grandfather of Ehrmann's current Chief Executive Officer,
    Christian Ehrmann.

  • Vittoria

    Vittoria Coffee is Australia's number 1 pure coffee brand and the choice of award winning restaurants, leading hotels and café icons. Vittoria Coffee is acknowledged as Australia's best known coffee brand in Australian cafe's and today, we roast the equivalent of half a billion cups of coffee every year .

  • Jack Links

    The foundation for Jack Link’s began in the 1880s when Jack’s great-grandfather, Chris, came to America from the old country and settled in the wilderness of northern Wisconsin. He didn’t bring much with him, but he did bring his family’s sausage recipes. Soon his sausages and smoked meats became legend among the pioneer families.

  • Granarolo

    Granarolo was founded in 1957 with headquarters in Bologna . Granarolo is a leader in milk, yoghurt, desserts, ice cream, fresh cream and fresh and aged cheeses.

  • Johnsonville Sausage

    In 1945, Ralph F. and Alice Stayer opened a butcher shop and named it after their quaint hometown – Johnsonville, Wisconsin. The delicious sausage made in the Stayer’s butcher shop came from an old family recipe, which made its way down the family tree from 19th-century Austria. This recipe became known as the sausage with the BIG TASTE, and a legacy was born!