This year’s food show is certainly one that would go down in history books, about nine companies from the Pacific attended the fair in Auckland, all coming from Fiji to Solomon’s, Samoa, Tonga, and Niue. Processes leading up to the trade show started way back in May earlier this year. It commenced with the selection of companies from the Pacific then hiring of furniture, the wall designing then PTI Shivani Prasad undertook to create counter signage for participants and organizing stands and displays. As you  would expect with a Fair that was elaborately planned, the event went on for 4 exciting PTI-NZ-participants-over-the-moon-with-Food-Show-responsedays and was held in the ASB showgrounds. Each exhibitor numbering up to 347 in total came with the primary plan to promote their services and products and in the same breath find distributors for quality products that ranged from coffee to vanilla, cinnamon powder, coffee beans, Turmeric powder, chocolate, water, biscuits cracker, ginger drink, and dhal soup.

The event was beautifully coordinated, and each exhibitor had nothing but praises at the outcome they received at the exhibition. At the end of the trade fair, some of the exhibitors had to delay their return flights due to finding some good leads they wanted to explore. The PTI team wishes to thank all the exhibitors and the visitors who visited our stand at the food show. We are excited about opportunities that we got at this show and we are proud of the Fair’s general outcome for our business. We wish to say that we are always here and will always be available for our Pacific people, offering the best assistance on any issue our output may be required on. In all, we thank you again for the successful trade show PTI has had in 2019.

For more information email PTI NZ Officer Manager Shivani Prasad at shivani.p@pacifictradeinvest.co.nz

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