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Invivo Named Finalist at Export Awards

Invivo Named Finalist at Export Awards

New Zealand winery Invivo continues their success in export markets and has been named finalist for 2013 BDO Food and Beverage Exporter of the Year at the Air New Zealand ExportNZ Auckland Awards.

Executive Officer Catherine Lye from ExportNZ Auckland that organises the awards, says, “It was a tough field, with such highly motivated and innovative exporters. “The entrants in this year's awards were totally unlike each other as far as their businesses and customers were concerned. Yet each of them demonstrated particular areas of excellence. This was so much in evidence that once the judges tallied up their scores they found small variations between each of them. This was especially surprising because they also differed greatly in the number of people they employed, their markets, their aspirations and how they went about achieving their growth objectives.”

The other finalists in the BDO Food and Beverage category includes EasiYo yoghurt products, Greenshell New Zealand mussel farming and mussel products and Jack Links beef jerky.

Invivo was a previous winner of the TNT Emerging Exporter of the Year at the 2011 ExportNZ Auckland Awards

The winners and supreme winner will be announced at a gala dinner on Friday June 21, 2013.

For information visit www.invivowines.com
www.exportnz.org.nz

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