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Struggling to find Kiwi made goods?

Buy NZ Made Campaign

September 1, 2008

Buy New Zealand Made Online

Struggling to find Kiwi made goods?

Today, that problem's been solved with the launch of - an online shopping mall for hundreds of New Zealand-made goods.

Buy NZ Made director Marcia Dunnett says the site makes it easy to browse and buy genuine home grown goods in a range of sectors.

"We think Kiwis will be surprised by the vast range of goods made here every day," she says.

Manufacturers control the product listings on site and retailers elect to stock and sell them.

"We've made it easy for shoppers to quickly find the right product to buy online or locate the nearest shop to visit in person."

The website, was developed with assistance from the government's Buy Kiwi Made programme and showcases products of any manufacturer of NZ made goods.

An advertising campaign for the new site begins today.


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