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Raising the standard of flour

Source: Punjas
Thursday, March 01, 2018

PUNJAS Flour facility incorporates the latest technology available worldwide in flour milling and was designed and installed by Switzerland-based Buhler Group; one of the world's leading flour mill engineering companies, and is of a standard second to none in the world.

The mill produces a wide range of flours such as normal flour, roti flour, bakers flour, noodle flour, atta flour, whole meal and semolina for the domestic and exports markets as well as mill-mix for animal feed.

Since the commencement of production in 2005 all Punjas Flour variants have been fortified with essential vitamins and minerals such as iron, calcium, thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), folic acid (vitamin B9) to name a few in accordance with government regulations as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Punjas roti flour is made from premium quality Australian wheat which is cleaned and prepared for ultimate purity and is hygienically packed and sealed, with advanced technology, for lasting freshness.

The natural flavours are retained and there are no artificial colours or flavours used in the manufacturing process. All the natural nutritional values are maintained making it an excellent source of protein and fibre that is fortified with iron and vitamins for good health.

Punjas Scratch for Cash or Digicel prizes promotion has received an encouraging response.

Buyers get a scratch card on purchase of every pack of Punjas normal flour 10kg and one card for every Punjas roti flour 8kg during the promotion period. Any instant cash prize of $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 won can be encashed at the checkout counter at any participating outlet, with proof of purchase.

Scratch cards also include Digicel prizes of $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 free Digicel credit, 200MB or 500MB of mobile data, AnyNet Bonanza Sims or 10 free Digicel SMS. Promotion started in late October and will end on April 26th, 2018.

Punjas normal flour and roti flour in 2kg and 4kg and self raising flour 500gms will now come in tough and durable packs with vibrant colours made of multiple laminated layers of scientifically engineered barrier film. This results in barrier properties keeping flour fresher for longer.

They are more durable and also create stability and strength for the package to stand erect.

Minor scratches do not tear them so enables flour to be shipped over long distances. They also protect flour from germs, odour and moisture.

Punjas are continually reviewing their processes and plant to ensure they stay at the leading edge of the industry and continue to deliver the best possible Fijian made products at the best possible prices to our customers in Fiji and throughout the South Pacific Region.

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