Support Kiwis in Need During Containment
Revenue ceased completely for NZ Premium Foods when the country went into crisis on August 17. But that does not prevent them from helping the Kiwis in their region who are in a desperate situation.
It would have been easy to give in to desperation when New Zealand’s instant foreclosure immediately prevented the company from making sales. Instead, NZ Premium Foods stepped up to help Kiwis in need.
The company didn’t just continue with financial donations to Tuakau and Mangere Budgeting Service. Owner Rachael Speedy personally prepared and delivered food to the charity, who passed it on to desperate families in her area.
When the charity’s CEO, Darryl Evans, reached out to Speedy to explain that the demand for food parcels was increasing day by day, Speedy took action. In addition to her personal effort, she immediately reached out to other food companies to ask if they would join her in helping Kiwis in need.
“We may have no business right now, but there are so many people in a worse situation than us. Some here in my area cannot afford to eat or rent at the moment. Speedy explained. “Some are in need. Our tokens may be down, but there are always ways to help those who need it. Even small things, like cooking a few meals, donating money or food, can make a huge difference to a struggling family.
NZ Premium Foods was established in 2008 to provide the restaurant and manufacturing industries with top quality local foods. Their iconic brand gourmets for gourmets has achieved local and international recognition for its supreme quality and freshness. The company offers a range of premium products, including:
Cold pressed extra virgin olive oil
gourmands New Zealand Premium Organic Flaked Sea Salt
gourmands edible native plants such as Horopito, Pikopiko, Kawakawa, Kumarahou and Manuka
gourmands Edible rice straws
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