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FMF Products A Hit At Auckland Food show

The Auckland Food show is for Pacific Island companies that are established and seeking to strengthen their consumer presence in New Zealand. FMF Foods used this year’s Auckland Food Show
06 Aug 2016 10:15
FMF Products A Hit At Auckland Food show
FMF Foods products on display at the Auckland Food show. The products received positive feedback/response.

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

FMF Foods used this year’s Auckland Food Show held the past week to showcase some of their newest products.

FMF Foods was one of the many food manufacturers at this year’s Auckland Food Show, in New Zealand in partnership with Pacific Islands Trade & Invest (PT&I) in Auckland.

It sampled its most recent launch across the Pacific, FineFare Bites, a snack cracker in two variants – Crispy Bites and Chees Bites.

FMF Foods also sampled its new premium Scott’s Crave nut cookies, available in Macadamia, Pistachio and Almond.

The products received rave reviews and opened leads to exporting opportunities for Fijian Made products.

FMF did not only have the opportunity to showcase their latest products, but also to show what Fiji had to offer to customers and show-goers.

The Auckland Food Show is an annual event aimed at consumers with around 300 stalls and over 30,000 visitors passing through to see and taste new food and beverages.

FMF Exports Business Development manager, Rakesh Raju, said: “The event was also an excellent opportunity to interact directly with our long-time customers.

“Many of them still have a strong connection to the FMF Brand and also speak to new customers, who were impressed with the new products on show.”

 

Significance of show

In addition to FMF Foods, already showcasing their products were J Punja NZ Limited and Carpenters (Fiji) Limited.

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

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.

Feedback:  rachnal@fijisun.com.fj

 

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