The move will see dozens of new Scottish products available on shelves in convenience outlets around the country. Among the first batch of products being stocked through the new partnership are Stoats porridge, Highland Fine Cheeses, a range of dips from Fife's DipNation and Mackie's LoSalt Crisps.
In the coming months a number of fish products from Marinades of Scotland, pre-packed smoked meats from Rannoch Smokery and Indian flavoured pizzas from Glasgow-based Curry Dave are being added to the roster.
Steve Appolinari, Fife Creamery sales and marketing director, said: "Discovering innovative products and helping new producers develop their brands is what we are passionate about.
"Our knowledge of the Scottish market and desire to assist suppliers meet market demands, with professional support, will help Scotmid to create new business for these producers and also strengthen the wider food and drink industry in Scotland."
Fife Creamery, already has more than 3500 lines in its product range coming from a customer base in excess of 3000. Its chilled distribution depot in Kirkcaldy was recently upgraded at a cost of £2 million and it has added 12 new jobs with the Scotmid contract.
In the past it was responsible for introducing Muller yoghurt to Scotland and also helped to bring brands such as meat provider Brown Brothers and cheese maker Lactalis McLelland to wider prominence.