Fiji-based Kula Farms will display its range of fragrant coconut oils and herbal skincare products at the Pacific Trade Invest (PI) NZ Path to the Pacific Trade Show in Auckland on Saturday 6 April. Founded in 2012, Kula Farms are producers of Fiji’s ‘Original Coconut Charcoal Soaps’, Herbal Oils and a range of coconut-based products.

“We are extremely grateful for the opportunity [to participate at the Path to the Pacific Trade Show]. For a start-up company, we are fortunate to attend such an event.

“This means a lot us, we hope to gain as much exposure, build capacity and network with other participants and experts on how to tap into the New Zealand market,” says Kula Farms’ Lekima Copeland.

The company is excited to participate in PTI NZ’s trade show this week and has shared a video about Kula Farms coming into Auckland with its products.

“We will be focusing on our sought-after herbal skin care products, which are our Herbal charcoal soap and Rewa oil and a range of skincare soaps.

“We will also be introducing our fragranted line of Coconut Oils: Coconut fragrant, Frangipani fragrant and Tiare fragrant,” Lekima said.

While the company hopes to make sales at The Cloud on Saturday, “We hope to secure one or two potential distributors for the New Zealand market.

“I will be representing the company on behalf of the other three Directors,” Lekima added.

So, if you’d like to try out Kula Palms’ products and would like to consider retailing or distribution, of their range with the tagline ‘Life in your palm and Detox for your skin,’ head to their stand at The Cloud on Saturday between 10am and 5pm.

For more information email PTI NZ Trade Development Manager Ian Furlong at

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