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Mums and kids will travel the world with Cadbury win

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Mums and kids are winners with the Travel the World with Cadbury promotion. Mauzmeen Bano of Sigatoka took out the main prize of a trip to four to Disneyland, USA. Mauzmeen, 22, will take her mum and two sisters to a fun-filled jaunt at Disneyland courtesy of Tappoo, Cadbury and Air Pacific.

Seven year old Semesi Vilisoni, a class two student of Vatuwaqa Primary School, will take his mum to Tokyo Disneyland while Shaveen Lata will enjoy her prize to Warner Bros Movieworld and Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, Australia with her husband and five-year old son.

Tappoo Executive Director, Mahendra Tappoo said he could not have asked for better winners for the promotion.

“The prizes are family based and I am just amazed that mothers and children are the winners in this,” Mr Tappoo while congratulating the winners.

Tappoo ran the Travel the World with Cadbury promotion in September and October. It was one of the biggest consumer promotions ever seen in Fiji, giving a total of eight people the chance to see the world, with airfares and seven nights accommodation free. Cadbury is a household name in Fiji and is loved by one and all in the family.

The grand prize winner Mauzmeen said the prize was a great treat for her family. “We have family in the US that we can get to visit after we have enjoyed Disneyland,” she said. She and her family get seven nights accommodation and day passes to Disneyland as well as four return tickets to Los Angeles.

Semesi, whose father has worked in Japan and told him of life there, is looking forward to seeing Tokyo. While his mum will be accompanying him on the trip-for- two prize, they are trying to get Semesi’s father and brother to join them too.

Shaveen Lata will be taking the trip with her husband and get her son to join them in enjoying Movieworld and Dreamworld.

Said Mr Tappoo: “From our side, the winners are just perfect. It is very much a family-based promotion and we are glad the children are going to enjoy this trip.”

Mums and kids are winners with the Travel the World with Cadbury promotion. Mauzmeen Bano of Sigatoka took out the main prize of a trip to four to Disneyland, USA. Mauzmeen, 22, will take her mum and two sisters to a fun-filled jaunt at Disneyland courtesy of Tappoo, Cadbury and Air Pacific.

Seven year old Semesi Vilisoni, a class two student of Vatuwaqa Primary School, will take his mum to Tokyo Disneyland while Shaveen Lata will enjoy her prize to Warner Bros Movieworld and Dreamworld on the Gold Coast, Australia with her husband and five-year old son.

Tappoo Executive Director, Mahendra Tappoo said he could not have asked for better winners for the promotion.

“The prizes are family based and I am just amazed that mothers and children are the winners in this,” Mr Tappoo while congratulating the winners.

Tappoo ran the Travel the World with Cadbury promotion in September and October. It was one of the biggest consumer promotions ever seen in Fiji, giving a total of eight people the chance to see the world, with airfares and seven nights accommodation free. Cadbury is a household name in Fiji and is loved by one and all in the family.

The grand prize winner Mauzmeen said the prize was a great treat for her family. “We have family in the US that we can get to visit after we have enjoyed Disneyland,” she said. She and her family get seven nights accommodation and day passes to Disneyland as well as four return tickets to Los Angeles.

Semesi, whose father has worked in Japan and told him of life there, is looking forward to seeing Tokyo. While his mum will be accompanying him on the trip-for- two prize, they are trying to get Semesi’s father and brother to join them too.

Shaveen Lata will be taking the trip with her husband and get her son to join them in enjoying Movieworld and Dreamworld.

Said Mr Tappoo: “From our side, the winners are just perfect. It is very much a family-based promotion and we are glad the children are going to enjoy this trip.”

Tappoo Acquires Eddie Hin Beverages

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The Tappoo Group, bottlers for Pepsi Cola products in Fiji, has bought the soft drinks operations from the Lautoka-based Eddie Hin Group.

The acquisition adds the value-tier leaders FIZ and RC Cola brands to the extensive soft drink line-up of the Tappoo Group, including Pepsi Cola, 7Up Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Splitz and Mirinda carbonated soft drinks.

There was a need for good, second-tier in our line-up, and we also needed to expand production to cater for the growing demand for Pepsi, Tappoo executive director Madhu Tappoo said.

The Group has invested substantially to add new machinery and lab equipment to the former Eddie Hin Industries Ltd plant in Lautoka. A warehouse adjacent to the plant has also been occupied to cater for the increased production of Pepsi, FIZ and RC Cola.

Mr Tappoo says several million dollars have already been spent on the acquisition and set-up and more investment was imminent.

These investments are a must given that PepsiCo demands the highest of standards from its bottlers, he said.

The new bottling plant, in conjunction with existing equipment, will just cater for the demand in Fiji for Pepsi for the time being, he added, saying that the substantial increase in capacity was welcome news for Tappoo.

The Tappoo Group holds the rights for the distribution of Pepsi and its products for several other South Pacific countries. With the growing market in mind, the Tappoo Group will continue to invest substantially in Pepsi. This includes expanding the capacity of its PET bottle plant to cater for filling capacity of its new bottling equipment as well as expansion into canning Pepsi products for the export market. For this a state-of-the-art factory is in the pipeline, Mr Tappoo said.

The Tappoo Group will operate the plant under the name of Eddie Hin Beverages Ltd. with a former Eddie Hin Industries director, Jilyin Wong coming on board as Chief Executive Officer. Mr Wong will manage the Tappoo Group’s acquisition, grow their investment in the state-of-the-art production facilities, and increase production volumes at the highest of international quality standards

Mr Wong’s appointment and the name retention is in keeping with the Tappoo philosophy of easing in major acquisitions into the manifold Tappoo Group over a period of time.

Eddie Hin Beverages Limited’s products are exactly the same as those previously manufactured by Eddie Hin Industries Limited for the Tappoo Group. The acquisition brings in RC Cola, FIZ and Orchy into the Tappoo soft drinks and fruit juice line-up. The Pepsi range includes Pepsi Cola, 7Up Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Splitz and Mirinda carbonated soft drinks.

The Tappoo Group, bottlers for Pepsi Cola products in Fiji, has bought the soft drinks operations from the Lautoka-based Eddie Hin Group.

The acquisition adds the value-tier leaders FIZ and RC Cola brands to the extensive soft drink line-up of the Tappoo Group, including Pepsi Cola, 7Up Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Splitz and Mirinda carbonated soft drinks.

There was a need for good, second-tier in our line-up, and we also needed to expand production to cater for the growing demand for Pepsi, Tappoo executive director Madhu Tappoo said.

The Group has invested substantially to add new machinery and lab equipment to the former Eddie Hin Industries Ltd plant in Lautoka. A warehouse adjacent to the plant has also been occupied to cater for the increased production of Pepsi, FIZ and RC Cola.

Mr Tappoo says several million dollars have already been spent on the acquisition and set-up and more investment was imminent.

These investments are a must given that PepsiCo demands the highest of standards from its bottlers, he said.

The new bottling plant, in conjunction with existing equipment, will just cater for the demand in Fiji for Pepsi for the time being, he added, saying that the substantial increase in capacity was welcome news for Tappoo.

The Tappoo Group holds the rights for the distribution of Pepsi and its products for several other South Pacific countries. With the growing market in mind, the Tappoo Group will continue to invest substantially in Pepsi. This includes expanding the capacity of its PET bottle plant to cater for filling capacity of its new bottling equipment as well as expansion into canning Pepsi products for the export market. For this a state-of-the-art factory is in the pipeline, Mr Tappoo said.

The Tappoo Group will operate the plant under the name of Eddie Hin Beverages Ltd. with a former Eddie Hin Industries director, Jilyin Wong coming on board as Chief Executive Officer. Mr Wong will manage the Tappoo Group’s acquisition, grow their investment in the state-of-the-art production facilities, and increase production volumes at the highest of international quality standards

Mr Wong’s appointment and the name retention is in keeping with the Tappoo philosophy of easing in major acquisitions into the manifold Tappoo Group over a period of time.

Eddie Hin Beverages Limited’s products are exactly the same as those previously manufactured by Eddie Hin Industries Limited for the Tappoo Group. The acquisition brings in RC Cola, FIZ and Orchy into the Tappoo soft drinks and fruit juice line-up. The Pepsi range includes Pepsi Cola, 7Up Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Splitz and Mirinda carbonated soft drinks.

Cadbury most trusted brand

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It is official: Cadbury is most trusted brand in Australia and New Zealand.

In a survey taken by Reader’s Digest magazine, Cadbury was voted the most trusted brand by consumers in Australia and New Zealand.

The poll revealed that trust was an essential ingredient in choosing a brand.

Kellogg’s, another market-leading brand distributed by Tappoo, scored sixth placing in the top 10 brand list.

Mark Smith, Managing Director Cadbury Schweppes ANZ, said: Topping the survey in both countries is a fantastic result for us! This is great recognition of how we are working together to create brands people love.

Cadbury Schweppes is heavily involved in community service in Australia and New Zealand which adds to the trust consumer place on this brand.

Tappoo has also been involved in community and social responsibility programmes in Fiji and is proud to be associated with Cadbury, sharing similar values.

Tappoo Group executive director, Madhu Tappoo said the company was proud to distribute products of such repute as Cadbury and Kelloggg’s.

We have always sought out the best brands for Fiji,he said.

Cadbury has been distributed in Fiji for several decades by Tappoo.

It is official: Cadbury is most trusted brand in Australia and New Zealand.

In a survey taken by Reader’s Digest magazine, Cadbury was voted the most trusted brand by consumers in Australia and New Zealand.

The poll revealed that trust was an essential ingredient in choosing a brand.

Kellogg’s, another market-leading brand distributed by Tappoo, scored sixth placing in the top 10 brand list.

Mark Smith, Managing Director Cadbury Schweppes ANZ, said: Topping the survey in both countries is a fantastic result for us! This is great recognition of how we are working together to create brands people love.

Cadbury Schweppes is heavily involved in community service in Australia and New Zealand which adds to the trust consumer place on this brand.

Tappoo has also been involved in community and social responsibility programmes in Fiji and is proud to be associated with Cadbury, sharing similar values.

Tappoo Group executive director, Madhu Tappoo said the company was proud to distribute products of such repute as Cadbury and Kelloggg’s.

We have always sought out the best brands for Fiji,he said.

Cadbury has been distributed in Fiji for several decades by Tappoo.

Home & Leisure store chain

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Increasing stability and growing confidence in the economy has seen the Tappoo Group open up a slew of new outlets for their specialist white goods, electronic and leisure goods stores, Home and Leisure.

In the past six months, the Tappoo Group has opened four new outlets of Home and Leisure, bumping up the total number of Home & Leisure outlets to five.

The newest outlet is the Home & Leisure store in central Suva, at the corner of Mark Street and Thompson Street, opposite the Tappoo Downtown Department Store.

Starting with the first Home & Leisure store in Raiwai, Suva, 18 months ago, then Nausori in October, last year, the Group went on to open outlets in Sigatoka and Nadi in November. The Sigatoka and Nausori outlets incorporate the Tappoo boutique specialist store Dressmart while the Nadi and Central Suva outlets are stand-alone Home and Leisure.

The Home & Leisure product range includes TV, DVD and home theatre systems, fridges and washing machines, cook-tops and ovens, air-conditioners, small kitchen appliances and health and fitness equipment.

Emphasis is in on brand names. Leading international big names like Simpson, Whirlpool, Chef, Sanyo, Mistral, Braun, Proform, Weslo, Cadence, Nordictrack, Reebok and Homedics are just some of renowned branded products you will find at Tappoo Home & Leisure Stores.

The world-famous Sheridan brand bed sheets, towels and accessories is the latest addition to their product profile.
The opening of the new outlets is part of the Tappoo Group strategy to take their world-renowned brands and hallmark service to the people of Fiji, says Tappoo Group executive director, Mr Madhu Tappoo.

“With the growing demand among the consumers for affordable quality and exceptional service, we are ready to provide this dynamic mix of shopping in urban centres other than where we operated before,” Mr Tappoo said.

Increasing stability and growing confidence in the economy has seen the Tappoo Group open up a slew of new outlets for their specialist white goods, electronic and leisure goods stores, Home and Leisure.

In the past six months, the Tappoo Group has opened four new outlets of Home and Leisure, bumping up the total number of Home & Leisure outlets to five.

The newest outlet is the Home & Leisure store in central Suva, at the corner of Mark Street and Thompson Street, opposite the Tappoo Downtown Department Store.

Starting with the first Home & Leisure store in Raiwai, Suva, 18 months ago, then Nausori in October, last year, the Group went on to open outlets in Sigatoka and Nadi in November. The Sigatoka and Nausori outlets incorporate the Tappoo boutique specialist store Dressmart while the Nadi and Central Suva outlets are stand-alone Home and Leisure.

The Home & Leisure product range includes TV, DVD and home theatre systems, fridges and washing machines, cook-tops and ovens, air-conditioners, small kitchen appliances and health and fitness equipment.

Emphasis is in on brand names. Leading international big names like Simpson, Whirlpool, Chef, Sanyo, Mistral, Braun, Proform, Weslo, Cadence, Nordictrack, Reebok and Homedics are just some of renowned branded products you will find at Tappoo Home & Leisure Stores.

The world-famous Sheridan brand bed sheets, towels and accessories is the latest addition to their product profile.
The opening of the new outlets is part of the Tappoo Group strategy to take their world-renowned brands and hallmark service to the people of Fiji, says Tappoo Group executive director, Mr Madhu Tappoo.

“With the growing demand among the consumers for affordable quality and exceptional service, we are ready to provide this dynamic mix of shopping in urban centres other than where we operated before,” Mr Tappoo said.

Tappoo takes over Tarumba

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Rewa Dairy to continue producing the world class drink.

The Tappoo Group of Companies, bottlers and

Rewa Dairy to continue producing the world class drink.

The Tappoo Group of Companies, bottlers and

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