Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand is hosting nine Pacific food and beverage exporters from around the Pacific Islands region at the Auckland Food Show between 26 and 29 July. The show is Auckland’s largest food and beverage event. Advertisements
Visitors to Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand stands at the Auckland Food Show could be dancing!
Samoa’s Krissy Company is bringing four of its food products to the Auckland Food Show. The company is one of nine food and beverage companies from the Pacific Island that Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand will host at the show between July 26 and 29 next week.
J Punja NZ, which represents several Pacific Island brands and companies in the food and beverages sector in New Zealand, is participating with its range of food and beverage products made in Fiji at the Auckland Food Show next week.
Award-winning quality chocolate-maker Solomons Gold is participating with its range of chocolates made from Solomon Islands cacao at the Auckland Food Show between 26 and 29 July next week.
Vanuatu’s AELAN Chocolates is on top of the world after winning international recognition at the International Chocolate Salon – Artisan Chocolate Awards 2018.
Twenty New Zealand businesses were represented in the New Zealand-Fiji Business Council (NZFBC) business mission to Fiji last week ably led by New Zealand based President Chandar Sen, Pacific Cooperation Foundation CEO Craig Strong and PTI NZ Chief Investment Officer Manuel Valdez.
After ten years at Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand, Joe Fuavao, Trade Development Manager left the organisation last week to take up a role at the New Zealand Government’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).
The paltry economic returns that Pacific Islands countries get from the fisheries sector is simply unacceptable, says Shiu Raj, Director of Economic Governance at the Suva based Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS).
The Fine Food New Zealand Show in Auckland has netted good contacts and leads for the four participating Pacific Island food and beverage companies.
Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand welcomed a visit from the Kiribati Trade Minister Atarake Nataara Toani Takirua, Secretary to the Minister and Kammari Betiota, Director of Business Regulatory Centre recently.
Pacific Trade Invest New Zealand invited two key trade contacts to a meet with the Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands Honourable Rick Houenipwela during his New Zealand state visit.