Three Pacific Island exporters showcased their products at The Caffe Culture Show in London recently.  Pacific Trade Invest Europe’s Robyn Ekstrom organised the PTI exhibition at the trade-only annual event attracting over 4000 buyers, distributors and independent café owners.

The three companies and their representatives at the show include Fijian artesian water company, VaiWai  and Marketing Director Kate Pleass; Papua New Guinea coffee producer Patrick Killoran and ELife Samoa Wild Turmeric owners, Elena and Etu Tusitala from Samoa.  The group exhibited at The Caffe Culture Show before moving on to the 5-day showcase SIAL 2018 Paris, one of the largest Food Trade Shows in Europe.

Here is a photo report of the show. A full report will be published in a forthcoming edition of Pacific Periscope.

Showcasing for the first time at London’s Caffe Culture Show is Kate Pleass, Managing Director of Fijian artesian water company VaiWai (right), pictured with Kate Greenslade.  The company hoped to make contacts in the premium café and hotel sectors in England.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robyn Ekstrom, PTI Trade Promotion Adviser – Europe (second from left) with the team from ELife Samoa Wild Turmeric.

 

 

 

 

 

 

. The ELife team includes Etu and Elena Tusitala and their nephew.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Patrick Killoran, owner of Banz Kofi of Papua New Guinea, explaining the joys of Banz Kofi to a visitor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Etu proved popular at PTI stand promoting ELife Samoa Wild Turmeric drink.

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