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For your lovo

Harold Koi
Friday, December 14, 2012

They need no introduction and are are known to be one of the longest butcheries operating in Fiji.

This festive season Fiji Meats is offering great Christmas special deals.

They've got everything you need to make that lovo taste even better.

Fiji Meats, was established in 1953 by the Late Dan Costello and continues to grow with their ever famous fresh and quality meats.

With four outlets Fiji-wide, the company says everyone can enjoy delicious Christmas ham, beef and pork.

Customers can expect their best meat in a wide range available at outlets near them.

There's more, pork products, lamb, cold cuts and tasty sausages. The company stands proud as one of the leading meat providers in the country.

They boast they are the number one supplier of meat products by offering customers outstanding service, quality and value for their money all the time.

The good thing about it is Fiji Meats get their fresh supply from the abattoir in Nakasi and Vuda.

If it's delicious meat you want this Christmas, Fiji Meats is the place to go.





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