Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) NZ is featuring eight Pacific Island food and beverage exporters at the Auckland Food Show (AFS) next week. AFS is a consumer show that connects a large number of exhibitors with thousands of dedicated food lovers in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch. Advertisements
Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) congratulates Fiji Agromarketing on a formal supply agreement signed with Supa Save Supermarkets on Monday.
Late last year, a World Bank report titled Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Jobs in the Pacific, found that almost 10,000 jobs could be created across Fiji, Samoa and Tonga, with optimistic scenarios making that number as high as 27,000, representing more than three per cent of GDP.
Pacific Island exporters of goods and services are invited to participate in the 2016 Pacific Export Survey. The survey is an initiative of Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Getting fresh produce on a small Pacific island can be hard.
A new 80% dark chocolate bar using cacao beans sourced from Samoa was launched at Fine Foods New Zealand by Devonport Chocolates in Auckland recently.
Team EduKai did it! They successfully wrapped their University of Canterbury 21 Day Pacific Challenge in Niue earlier this month.
The Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) NZ Path to Market (P2M) workshops in Fiji last week drew enthusiastic participation from more than 50 exporters across the country. While 19 export companies participated in the workshop in Nadi, as many as 37 attended the one in Suva.
Cocoa, spices, kava and gluten free flour from the Pacific Islands added an exotic flavour to the Fine Food NZ show in Auckland last week. These products along with several others from the islands were displayed at a specially designed stand with a distinct Pacific Island flavour. The show is New Zealand’s premier international trade…
Time is of the essence for the University of Canterbury 21 Day Pacific Challenge team, which is in Niue to implement its winning project.
Vanuatu Deputy Prime Minister Hon. Joe Natuman and a delegation of senior Vanuatu officials recently visited the Pacific Trade & Invest (PT&I) office in Sydney.
Deep-sea fishing businesses from the coastal Chinese province of Fujian have expressed strong interest in strengthening ties with the Pacific Islands during a major fisheries expo in June.