Taste Quality at Jaya Grocer’s Taste New Zealand Food Fair!

May 07, 2017

Taste New Zealand Food Fair is back with quality, honest products comprising a delectable selection of new artisanal treats, guilt-free chocolates, premium New Zealand apples and kiwi fruits from a clean and sustainable environment for every Malaysian home.



Taste New Zealand, organized by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE), will be held at all Jaya Grocer outlets nationwide from 3rd May to 21st May. There are over 150 New Zealand products whereby 30 new exclusive products will be featured during the fair.



Customer that spend RM50 in a single receipt at Jaya Grocer during Taste New Zealand fair will be able to redeem an exclusive 60th Anniversary themed shopping bag and enter a lucky draw contest. The grand prize winner will win away RM888 worth of New Zealand products. what are you waiting for? Let's shop till you drop at Jaya Grocer.



According to Matt Ritchie, New Zealand Trade Commissioner to Malaysia and Brunei, “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."


“New Zealand food and beverages are also safe and sustainable-produced. Our natural environment, climate and clean air are ideal for almost every kind of production, from horticulture to seafood and farming,” he added.


During the fair, bloggers get to experience shopping during Tatse New Zealand Food Fair. We were given a task to be completed in 10 minutes. The speed shopping is to test our knowledge regarding New Zealand products.  Thanks to my partner in crime, Miera Nadhirah as we manage complete our task on time. 















Consumers can look forward to for below New Zealand items during the fair:


‘Grow Young Together’ with Anlene 

Renowned for producing some of the best tasting dairy the world has to offer, consumers can look forward to delicious products from New Zealand's leading dairy brands, Fonterra, with Anlene Heart-PlusTM. Launched March 2017, Anlene Heart-PlusTM is the only high calcium milk in Malaysia with the dual action formula that supports greater mobility (MoveMaxTM) and heart health (HeartMaxTM). 

The MoveMaxTM formulation contains important nutrients such as magnesium, zinc, and Vitamins B, C, D & E to help care for bones, joints and muscles, while the HeartMaxTM formulation contains Omega 3 (DHA + EPA), plant sterol, potassium, Vitamin B12 and folic acid that enables optimal cholesterol levels, blood pressures and blood sugar levels. Anlene seeks to trigger conversations about ageing, debunking the myth that it should restrict mobility and lifestyle choices. With the right nutrition, people can continue to live as young as they feel inside.

All Natural New Zealand Ice-cream & Yoghurt 
The Collective Dairy

Founded by two chefs with entrepreneurial minds, Angus Allan and Ofer Shenhav, The Collective is New Zealand’s leading gourmet yogurt brand, thriving on creating an extraordinary yoghurt with an unbeatable taste. The Collective takes pride in its all-natural, vegetarian, gluten-free goodness which guarantees no added nasties. With catchy names like Pink Lemonade, Sassy Strawberry & Fig n’ Ginger, the probiotic yoghurt brand steers away from the corporately packaged world and focuses on being fun, slightly edgy and undeniable approachable by individuals of all age ranges.


Taste quality and natural goodness with New Zealand apples


Blessed to grow in a land of pure water and fertile land, New Zealand apples are renowned for their unbeatable taste and will do more than keep the doctor away.














Luv’ya

Luv’ya Fruit grows apples in their own orchards right in the sunny, temperate region at the top of New Zealand’s South Island. Known for being mildly sweet and with a subtle pear essence, the Ambrosia apples have crisp, fine-grained flesh that remain white even when sliced. As the name ‘Ambrosia’ means “Food of the Gods’, customers will attest to it’s out-of-the-world juiciness.

Rockit™

Rockit™ Apple Snacks have also recently returned to popular Malaysian retailers. Rockit™ is the world’s first specially bred miniature ‘high quality’ apple, positioned as a health snack and has a delicious sweet flavour, bright red colour and a juicy, crisp crunch.

Top quality chocolates and biscuits

Whittaker’s


Founded in 1896 by James Henry Whittaker, New Zealand’s primary chocolate brand, Whittaker’s sources for top quality, hand-harvested cocoa from Ghana and Madagascar – the two homes of the world’s finest beans. These beans are then batch roasted and made into fine grade chocolate, thus differentiating them from other competitors who often purchase cocoa liquor rather than roasting their own beans.

Dark chocolate indulgers can look forward to two of Whittaker’s’ new artisanal varieties. The Fijian Ginger and Kerikeri Mandarin is a rich 62% dark chocolate infused with mandarin from the famed citrus growers of New Zealand’s Keri keri, paired with luscious, crystalized ginger hand is cultivated in the islands of the world’s finest ginger producer, Fiji. There will also be limited edition Sharebags – Whittaker’s Tweats comprises of 12 mini slabs of creamy milk chocolate with popping candy, specifically moulded in the shapes of some of our favourite New Zealand native creatures such as the Kiwi and Moa bird, the forest-dwelling Morepork owl, the lizard-resembling Tuatara, owl-parrot Kakapo and a Penguin! These delectable Whittaker’s mini chocolate slabs are made using 33% cocoa. 

Griffin’s

New Zealand’s No. 1 Biscuit brand has also finally set food in Malaysia. Griffin’s, New Zealand’s favourite biscuit bakers have been delighting Kiwi families for more than 150 years. They are armed with its heritage of expertly baking biscuits with top quality ingredients and utmost craft and care. Malaysians can now experience its delicious biscuits made with real New Zealand milk and milk chocolate.


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