Stanmore Farm associate company Te Horo Foods launches new jam range

By: Stanmore Farm  05-Apr-2012

There is a new jam on the market.  Te Horo Foods Limited has recently launched their new range of “Te Horo” branded jam and it has been well received by both supermarkets and shoppers. 

Te Horo Foods is committed to only using New Zealand fruit in order to guarantee the food safety and sustainability of their fruit.  Also their jam is made using traditional recipes and methods making it a genuine replica and replacement of what was once a home made icon of every New Zealand household.

Te Horo Foods is 50% owned by the shareholders of Stanmore Farm with the other 50% being held by other family members.

If you are a “jam person”, do take the opportunity to try Te Horo.  There are seven flavours in the range so it is sure to include your favourite and you won’t be disappointed.

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