Natural Exports New Zealand Limited’s Continuing Expo Presence

Natural Exports NZ will be busy over the next few months, showcasing the best of NZ products at expos in China and Singapore.

SIAL (Shanghai, May 2015) – The Asian Food Market Place

SIAL is Asia’s largest food & beverage show, with 17 categories of diverse food products with an impressive 2700+ exhibitors and 55,000+ visitors from all over the world. Natural Exports will be working with our China distributor and Honey New Zealand, promoting the fantastic range of Manuka honeys and Manuka blends.

50 Plus Expo (Singapore, May 2015)

Targeting those above the age of 45 who want to live well and celebrate life, this exhibition will see Natural Exports NZ with our Singapore regional director and United Nature – a local distributor of organic, natural & Eco-friendly products – exhibiting for the very first time the HoneyLab range of products.

15th China International Food Exhibition And Guangzhou Import Food Exhibition 2015 (Guangzhou, June 2015).

Another outstanding opportunity to promote Honey New Zealand, with our China-based distributor. We will also be introducing The Village Press’s edible oil range, in particular Avocado Oil.


Natural Exports New Zealand Limited Key Exhibitor at China Expo

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The Natural Exports New Zealand team had their work cut out for them at the World Brands China Import Fair held in Guangzhou recently.

 Company spokesman, Paul Alsford, said that the company viewed its attendance at prestigious world trade shows as an important commitment to support its New Zealand supplier partners. The Guangzhou show presented another opportunity to spend time with locally based team members, strengthen ties with existing distributors and also bring new local distribution partners on board.

 China based General Manager of Sales, Harry Zeng and his support staff hardly had a moment to themselves over the 3 days the Expo ran. Considerable time was devoted by the team outlining the never seen before Possum Merino quality woollen range, new options in Clover and Manuka honey plus an exciting range of Olive Oil products.

 New brands of wine, never available before to the Chinese market proved to be a constant source of interest among the estimated 20 000 strong visitors who attended the event.

 Mr Alsford said that the show was an unparalleled success for the company and that it was pleasing for both China and New Zealand to cement more trade exchanges.

 Natural Exports encourages enquiries from New Zealand businesses who want to increase their exporting potential on a nonexclusive basis. The business is headquartered in Wellington, New Zealand and with local representation in Singapore, Southern and Northern China.