Paradise Foods Limited

TruTru Wara support Pinktober

Through this partnership the PNGCF has visited over 20 locations across 5 provinces this month under the Pink Ribbon Labelled Tru Tru Wara Bottled Water.

New Queen Emma Chocolate range

The new range are produced from an improved processing method and sourced from locally grown premium cocoa in PNG.

The new range aims to capitalise on the PNG market while also being exportable, with new product the Kina Bar, priced at K1.

Paradise Foods Limited unveiled the products which showcase a new vibrant colour scheme, design as well as taste.

CEO Michael Shields said the new range is a result of a review into the value adding process, production and recipes of the Queen Emma brand.

Mt Hagen mum wins K5,000

The 4 week consumer promo culminating to the country’s 43rd independence anniversary dispersed 150,000 bumper stickers nationwide through the purchase of a 6pk of emNAU biscuit.

Winner Julianne Tee from Mt Hagen was surprised when her vehicle registration was announced live on NAUFM at the time she and her family were on a weekend trip to Lae.

“This is a surprise. I live up in Mt. Hagen and was in Lae for an event when I received notification of my win,” said an elated Julianne. “I grew up eating Paradise Nambawan and Wopa and my family today eats emNAU.”

Any Easter chocolates from Queen Emma Chocolates?

How about the idea of chocolate Easter Eggs, and Easter bunnies from locally sourced Cocoa?

Unfortunately, PNG’s only chocolate manufacturer does not have such products.

Queen Emma Chocolates is an arm under Paradise Foods Limited, and is new into the market.

It’s famous for its Queen Emma Chocolate bars and Queen Emma Chocolate cookies.

But even if there are no chocolate Easter eggs and bunnies, Queen Emma has been doing free sampling in all supermarkets in Port Moresby for the last two weeks.