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Website to boost profile

Serafina Silaitoga
Monday, July 28, 2014

REWA Rice Limited yesterday launched its first ever website in Savusavu.

And the acting Commissioner Northern Alipate Bolalevu has applauded the commitment and initiative of the company officials labelling it as a growth with prosperity.

He told guests the new growth would mean international opportunities for the company.

Mr Bolalevu said the world would now know about the potentials of the company in manufacturing home-grown rice.

"It also means easy access for our farmers and those living overseas can read more about the company from the website," he said.

"It is much cheaper and is also a positive move in promoting the company not only in Fiji but to the world.

Company board chairman Raj Sharma said the new website would also mean people could buy and order brown rice online.

"It is a great achievement for us and it speaks of how the company is growing and expanding," he said.

"The company performance has been tremendous over the past months and we have turned everything around with discipline since we took over."





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