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Winston Nutritional launches at INC Conference 2017

Winston Nutritional launches at INC Conference 2017

26th Oct 2017 – New dairy nutrition innovator, manufacturer and exporter Winston Nutritional formally enters the New Zealand market today with its sponsorship of the Infant Nutrition Council’s Feeding the Future Conference in Auckland.

Winston Nutritional will present to potential suppliers, partners, local and national government agencies and market participants about its product suite, its state-of-the-art technology, its vision for the New Zealand nutrition market and the company’s role in advancing the industry’s innovative capability.

Winston Nutritional General Manager Leon Fung, who was previously Deputy General Manager at Yashili NZ Dairy Company and directed the development of their Pokeno plant, said the company sponsorship of the conference signals that the new operation is open for business.

“Our investment in the modernisation of the manufacturing facilities at our Mt Wellington site has been substantial, as is our investment in our people,” says Mr Fung. “We have state-of-the-art technology capable of processing and packaging 20,000 metric tonnes a year but without the best people in place you can’t hope to be the best and we want to be better than our peers,” he says.

“We have experienced technical experts in research and development, who have a strong innovation track record and previously worked at Fonterra and Danone ,” Mr Fung says. “Product development and innovation is a core function at Winston Nutritional and will help drive our expansion plans here and overseas.”

The company’s research and development will also help drive innovation across the nutritional sector, he says, increasing New Zealand’s capability by raising the bar.

“I am a proud New Zealander producing innovative New Zealand nutritional products for a global audience and I want Winston Nutritional to be at the forefront of our sector as it reaches out to the rest of the world with new products and new ways of doing business,” he comments.

To ensure Winston Nutritional can achieve its ambition, the company has a clear strategic vision.

“Our focus is first on quality, then teamwork and workplace culture,” Mr Fung explains. “Culture and teamwork are incredibly important if you truly want to produce the highest quality nutritional products in the world and we do.”

Winston Nutritional will also be looking at partnership opportunities at the Feeding the Future Conference and Mr Fung says his company has a lot to offer suppliers, producers and exporters.

“We can certainly help those companies who have a strong China focus and need guidance and assistance to better understand the commercial landscape” he says. “But it’s important to note that we have a wider market focus than just China – Winston Nutritional will be an exporter to the world.”

Mr Fung says the company will be making further significant investments in the nutritional sector and there will be an announcement about additional development soon.


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