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Serafina Silaitoga
Thursday, November 30, 2017

FIJI Meats Ltd in Savusavu will be the best shop to purchase hampers and various meat products this festive season.

Known for its renowned merchandises, the outlet at the town of the Hidden Paradise will offer customers at very affordable rates the best products to enjoy with families over Christmas meals.

Savusavu shop supervisor Luisa Newton described the past 11 years of existence in the North as a very rewarding period.

"Our biggest customers in Savusavu are hoteliers, yachties and villagers," she said.

"There are also new customers who visit the shop every day to buy different products.

"Fiji Meats in Savusavu also sell the same products that are sold in the Lautoka branch."

Ms Newton described the relationship with customers as very friendly.

"This Christmas, most of our customers are expecting our Christmas hampers and our prices will be very special," she said.

"Fiji Meats Savusavu is your best family meat shop this Christmas so order your Christmas hampers ready for you not to miss out."

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