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Hill Farm Preserves star in Sri Lanka

An award-winning Tasmanian producer has scored a major coup, by breaking into a new market with a lucrative deal in Sri Lanka. Hill Farm Preserves will be selling its products at the new premium Cargills Food Hall, which is Sri Lanka’s largest retailer. Thirty-three of their forty-eight products will be available through the Colombo store. Representatives from Hill Farm Preserves have recently returned from the successful trade trip where they report that their mustards were especially popular during in-store tastings. The trip also took in Singapore. Hill Farm Preserves makes artisan condiments and preserves at Sisters Creek, in North West Tasmania. All its premium products are totally natural and contain no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives. Their small-batch, hand-labelled goods include cold pressed canola oil, jams, relishes, vinegars and of course, mustards. Hill Farm Preserves already successfully sells product into South Korea and Japan.

19 March 2019, Edition 203

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