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Three Local Firms Ready To Showcase Products In NZ

Creating the right environment for sustainable and quality business growth will be one of the topics of discussion at the 2016 CPA Australia-Fiji Branch Congress. Three Fijian companies will be
28 Jul 2016 11:02
Three Local Firms Ready To Showcase Products In NZ
The Auckland Food Show is aimed at consumers with some 300 stands and more than 35,000 expected visitors.

Creating the right environment for sustainable and quality business growth will be one of the topics of discussion at the 2016 CPA Australia-Fiji Branch Congress.

Three Fijian companies will be showcasing their high quality range of food and beverage products at the Auckland Food Show which starts today.

Pacific Trade & Invest has partnered with Carpenters (Fiji) Limited, FMF Foods Limited and J Punja NZ Limited to promote their products in Auckland, New Zealand.

The Auckland Food show is for Pacific Island companies that are established and seeking to strengthen their consumer presence in New Zealand.

The four-day event will feature eight Pacific Island companies in total at PT&I’s Pacific Hub stand.

They will showcase and sell their products including, coffee, water, biscuits, coconut oil, beer, chocolate and vanilla.

The other companies are Banz Kofi from Papua New Guinea; Samoa Breweries and Pacific Oil Limited from Samoa; C-Corp Limited from the Solomon Islands and Niue Vanilla International from Niue.

 

The aim

The Auckland Food Show is aimed at consumers with some 300 stands and more than 35,000 expected visitors.

The show picks up on consumer trends toward fresh ingredients and flavours from around the world, sourcing top recipes and cooking at home for friends and family.

It is expected to pull in around NZ$6.3 million in revenue.

“This is the second food show that PT&I has supported this year as part of our food and beverage strategy,” PT&I NZ Trade Commissioner, Michael Greenslade, said.

Many of the products on the stand are already available in the New Zealand market through various retailers including the major supermarkets.

PT&I Trade Development Manager, Joe Fuavao, said: “The Auckland Food Show is a good opportunity for the Pacific Island businesses to interact directly with thousands of consumers.

“Importantly, consumers can buy a range of Pacific products at this event.”

 

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