7th October 2021 By Staff Reporter | firstname.lastname@example.org | @foodtickernz
Mānuka honey exporter Comvita has launched an immersive experience at Expo 2020 Dubai to bring bees, people and nature together.
Comvita chief executive David Banfield said: “We see Expo 2020 as an opportunity for Comvita to cement our reputation as the world-leader in Mānuka honey and bee products, enjoyed around the world – both connecting with existing customers, and forging new relationships with those who are just discovering our brand, wonders of Mānuka honey and our incredible founding story.”
The company would host a number of events during the six-month Expo 2020, including exclusive product and experiential launches. Its premium UMF5+ Mānuka honey also featured at the New Zealand Pavilion’s Tiaki restaurant.
Comvita said it had also partnered with conservation charity Saving the Wild on the Kimana Bee Project, which had seen 200 beehives installed across the Kimana Wildlife Corridor, throughout southern Kenya and northern Tanzania.
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