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Fresh Connection Feeds the Vodafone Warriors This Season

Fresh Connection Feeds the Vodafone Warriors This Season


A proud Kiwi owned produce company is the exclusive Produce supplier to the Vodafone Warriors for the 2014/2015 NRL Season.

Fresh Connection is a 100% Kiwi owned and operated produce wholesaler and processing business, and is absolutely thrilled to be the exclusive supplier of produce to the Vodafone Warriors for the next two seasons. This small, humble business, originally with only one operation in Auckland has grown into a major national player in the produce industry with branches in Auckland, Wellington, Nelson and Christchurch and produce processing facilities

in Pukekohe and Christchurch . Fresh Connection and its staff are keen league supporters and is proud to have this chance to offer the Vodafone Warriors, a taste of its own distinct kind of freshness.

General Manager/Director, Stephen Dench says, “We started off as a small business and much like the Warriors, guts and determination has paid off and 20 years on, we are leading the industry & gaining a greater national presence in our industry. We are very proud to support the Vodafone Warriors 2014/15 NRL seasons”.

The Company was started in 1993 by Clive Knolles, who wanted to deliver to customers the freshest produce possible. Two decades on, this business now operates on a national scale and focuses on fresh and prepared products; assisting kitchens and chefs, leading them more and more into a knifeless environment and removing the hassle of preparation and putting the focus on cooking.

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