Norfolk Deli is listed among top small companies in Small Business Saturday initiative

PUBLISHED: 17:02 04 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:31 05 September 2017

Mark Kacary from the Norfolk Deli in Hunstanton. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Mark Kacary from the Norfolk Deli in Hunstanton. Picture: Matthew Usher.


A Norfolk delicatessen has been named among the brightest small businesses in the UK in an initiative to promote smaller companies.

The Norfolk Deli was chosen to be listed in SmallBiz 100, a promotion organised by Small Business Saturday, which is taking place on December 2 this year.

Managing director Mark Kacary, who runs the deli in Hunstanton with wife Rosie, hopes the recognition will have wider benefits for other small businesses in the surrounding area.

He said: “This is a great opportunity for us. It gives us an opportunity to showcase our business as well as the small businesses we represent in our shop and online to the nation.”

In 2016 it is estimated that customers spent £717m with small businesses on Small Business Saturday.

“Whichever way you look at it, in a world of carbon-copy high streets this is an incredibly important day for small independent businesses,” said Mr Kacary.

The Norfolk Deli was also named Best Retailer in the East of England by Great British Food Magazine last week.

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