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Fiji Rugby Union
Friday, May 25, 2012

THE Hot Bread Kitchen prominently known as "Fiji's first Fiji's best" yesterday renewed their sponsorship with the Fiji Rugby Union for the second year.

The sponsorship is for another year, and prior to this, the Hot Bread Kitchen has been strong supporters and sponsors for secondary schools rugby.

The sponsorship is for the provision of bread and other Hot Bread Kitchen products to be in the menu for all national and development rugby team camps. FRU chief executive officer, Manasa Baravilala was delighted with the renewal of the sponsorship.

"The Hot Bread Kitchen is a pioneering brand in Fiji, and we are delighted to be associated with them. "As you know, nutrition is vital to our developing rugby players and the Hot Bread Kitchen's products are renowned for their nutritional value, so thank you Hot Bread Kitchen for your wonderful support".

Through this partnership, Hot Bread Kitchen becomes the official "Bread Shop of the Fiji Rugby Union".





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