NZ food fair
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.