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Great news for Pacific cuisine

Great news for Pacific cuisine

Zoomslide, producers of Robert Oliver’s Real Pasifik television series, is excited to announce that Real Pasifik has been selected as a finalist at the New York Festivals World’s Best TV & Films awards.

The series played on TVNZ at the end of last year, and will be playing throughout the Pacific in the coming months. The Awards take place in Las Vegas in early April.

And there's more!

Robert’s latest book Mea’ai Samoa has also been nominated for the ultimate title of Best In The World in the Best TV Chef category at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. This ceremony takes place in Beijing in May.

2014 - the year that Robert Oliver and Zoomslide take Pacific Cuisine to the world!

-ENDS-

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