Why Lupa Foods?

Lupa Foods is a UK based full-service B2B partner to the food industry. With a global and domestic sourcing footprint we provide a selection of more than 600 bespoke and commodity products, combined with services that include NPD, technical, procurement, logistics and business.

Innovation and a customer-centric approach is at the forefront of everything we do, and our 120 years’ experience is the foundation we build our customers’ success on.

What makes us unique

We aim to be an essential partner to the food industry by offering quality ingredients and
leveraging our strengths.

Our finest selection

Lupa Foods offers a superb range of dependably delicious global ingredients across a wide range of food categories.

Pasta

Original Italian pasta comes in a variety of shapes and forms, and we are proud to offer you more than 80 different types of high-quality pasta, creating near limitless options for your meals.

Oils

We source our alcohols, vinegars and oils from Spain and Italy – Southern Europe is globally known for its high-quality produce in this category, and our partnerships with local producers deliver exceptional products at great value.

Pulses

Beans and pulses are always a spectacular choice – whether you aim to put health into the spotlight or are looking for a great meat-free option for a broad range of dishes, soups and stews, our hand-picked assortment of high-quality beans and pulses covers canned, dried and IQF products.

Tomatoes

We supply high-quality tomatoes and a
wide selection of tomato ingredient solutions
– offering the perfect base for your signature
dish. A versatile product across both ethnic
and western cuisines, tomatoes can be used
in a variety of ways – from tasty appetizers,
to main courses and more.

Latest news

Stay informed about the latest news, market insights and product updates.

Market Update: Edible Oil July 2022

The edible oils market is on a weekly downward trend from recent highs – except for olive oil, which is having a tough time. It’s important to note that despite a downward weekly trend, prices are still much higher YoY. A lot of these increased prices will trickle through to production cost over the coming months.

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Market Update: Energy July 2022

It is important to reiterate and emphasise the realities of Energy challenges in food production, and how this is a key driver of the price increases we’re currently observing. The rationing of Gas during the winter in the EU remains a key concern, as this will make production during the post-harvest period extremely expensive. Also, the harsh reality is that this impacts (directly or indirectly) everything that we consume/buy/produce globally. We can expect this to get worse before it gets better. As such, this will have a significant impact on commodities.

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Market Update: Tomatoes June 2022

Following a meeting of the WPTC (World processing tomato council) including most AMITOM country representatives (tomato growers association), the new crop pricing was discussed and various factors were examined to clarify the reason behind the large increases that we are seeing from all origins this year.

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