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Nama Fiji To Hit NZ Shelves

Fijian made premium skin­care brand, Nama Fiji, is set to hit the New Zealand market from October 3. Essence Group Fiji’s an­nouncement comes on the heels of an export partnership with New Zealand’s retail chain, Farmers.
01 Oct 2022 17:00
Nama Fiji To Hit NZ Shelves
From left: Tourism Fiji chief executive officer, Brent Hill, Nama Fiji VS director, Vetaia Sadranu, Natabe Retreat director Nicky McKeady, Essence Group managing director, Debra Sadranu, Fiji Airways marketing general manager, Christina Templin, and Natabe Retreat director, Col McKeady. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

Fijian made premium skin­care brand, Nama Fiji, is set to hit the New Zealand market from October 3.

Essence Group Fiji’s an­nouncement comes on the heels of an export partnership with New Zealand’s retail chain, Farmers.

Essence Group managing di­rector, Debra Sadranu, said its premium Nama Fiji skincare brand was selected by the New Zealand chain as an in-house brand.

Farmers New Zealand rep­resentative, Kylie Pistorius, said Nama Fiji skincare range would be sold at 13 key Farm­ers stores and national online platforms.

Moves are afoot to extend the skincare brand to the chain’s 59 stores. Fiji Trade Commission to New Zealand’s business advi­sor, Camila Eiras, said Nama’s presence in the New Zealand market was a milestone.

The Nama Fiji skincare prod­uct is an anti-aging hydration range for women over 30 years old.

Story By: waisean@fijisun.com.fj



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