CPL Group

CPL Partners With Eat Smart Campaign

The focus aims to educate people on the importance of healthy living and to appreciate the local produce readily available to benefit everyone.

The need to promote better living is imminent in the country as there is an increase in lifestyle diseases like cholesterol, blood pressure, high blood pressure and diabetes.

CPL Group CEO, Navin Raju said the country has an abundance of healthy produce and it can be sourced locally. Every region has a different range of products and when incorporated into a healthy diet, will assist and reduce lifestyle diseases in the country.

CPL Supports Pikinini Pilai Program

Children aged from 6-13 years old are taught key lessons of self-discipline, respectful interaction and health & hygiene. These youngsters also take part in various activities like boxing, juggling and dancing every week. CPL supports the program by providing healthy meals for the children to consume after their Pikinini Pilai program.

CPL General Manager, Kevin Alo expressed that by helping people of Papua New Guinea to live healthier and better lives is CPL’s vision statement.

Eighth Stop N Shop supermarket to be opened in May

The retail giant has gone into an agreement with East New Britain Development Corporation, turning the former Anderson stores in Koki and Konedobu into their flagship stores.            

ENBDC is a business arm of the East New Britain Provincial Government. 

ENBDC chief executive officer William Lamur said the company has spent in between K60-70 million to do renovation to their two properties at Koki and Konedobu.