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Elenoa Baselala
Saturday, May 12, 2012

THE inaugural Trade Pasifika 2012 has been extended to May 18 to cater for numerous amount of interest and enquiries from around the region and beyond.

A statement said pacific businesses at the event would showcase a diverse range of products from around the region such as healthy snacks รน unsweetend banana, taro and breadfruit chips from Samoa, organic coffee from Vanuatu, palm wood, pearls and herbal products from Fiji, exquisite craft items from Marshall Islands and Solomon Islands, first grade salt of Christmas Islands, noni cosmetic products from Tonga and a few producers of extra virgin coconut oil.

Registrations from international buyers have also been received by the organisers. The exhibition space has been group under the major heading of: primary industries, manufactured goods, service industries and Women In Business. Exhibition booths sales are progressing steadily.





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