NZ food fair

New Straits Times - - Jom! -

One of the food trails stop is the Bon Ton Re­sort in Langkawi, owned by Aus­tralian, Narelle McMurtie. THE inim­itable and highly sought af­ter Taste New Zealand Food Fair is back with a de­lec­ta­ble se­lec­tion of new ar­ti­sanal treats, guilt-free choco­lates, pre­mium ap­ples and ki­wifruits from a clean and sus­tain­able en­vi­ron­ment.

Or­gan­ised by the New Zealand Trade and En­ter­prise, the food fair is cur­rently on­go­ing at all 19 Jaya Gro­cer out­lets na­tion­wide un­til May 21.

Malaysians can look for­ward to over 150 prod­ucts, in­clud­ing 30 new ex­clu­sive items. The brands fea­tured in­clude The Col­lec­tive Dairy, Whit­taker’s, Grif­fin’s, Rockit Ap­ple Snacks and more.

Ad­di­tion­ally, cus­tomers who spend RM50 in a sin­gle re­ceipt at Jaya Gro­cer Taste New Zealand can also re­deem an ex­clu­sive 60th An­niver­sary­themed shop­ping bag and en­ter a lucky draw con­test. The grand prize com­prises RM888 worth of New Zealand prod­ucts.

New Zealand Trade Com­mis­sioner to Malaysia and Brunei Matt Retchie said that Malaysians con­sis­tently seek high qual­ity New Zealand dairy prod­ucts, from healthy and tasty milk pow­der and cheese to yo­ghurt and ice cream.

“This de­mand con­tin­ues to grow as Malaysians be­come in­creas­ingly con­scious and mind­ful of what they con­sume,” he said.

He added that New Zealand food and bev­er­ages are also very safe and sus­tain­ably-pro­duced.

“Our nat­u­ral en­vi­ron­ment, cli­mate and clean air are ideal for al­most ev­ery kind of pro­duc­tion, from hor­ti­cul­ture to seafood and farm­ing,” he said.

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