Subsidiaries

FMF Foods has six subsidiary companies under its fold, producing some of Fiji’s most popular brands found in bakeries, hotels, retail stores, kitchens and on dining tables throughout the wider South Pacific region. These are:

Biscuit Company of Fiji Ltd

Making biscuits since 1991, Biscuit Company of Fiji has made its FMF Breakfast Cracker a national icon as well as a major success story for FMF. Biscuits made here are now being shipped to more than 20 countries including Australia, New Zealand, USA, Tahiti, Samoa and other Pacific islands. The company employs more than 200 people operating automated ovens in three shifts, six days a week. It all began as only a small bakery within the flour mill with just one oven to produce Fiji’s famous Breakfast Crackers. Within two years the crackers had become so popular they were being exported to Pacific Island countries, along with cabin bread. By 1996 FMF launched a series of cookies. Now everyone has a favorite – wheat ger…
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Making biscuits since 1991, Biscuit Company of Fiji has made its FMF Breakfast Cracker a national icon as well as a major success story for FMF. Biscuits made here are now being shipped to more than 20 countries including Australia, New Zealand, USA, Tahiti, Samoa and other Pacific islands. The company employs more than 200 people operating automated ovens in three shifts, six days a week.

It all began as only a small bakery within the flour mill with just one oven to produce Fiji’s famous Breakfast Crackers. Within two years the crackers had become so popular they were being exported to Pacific Island countries, along with cabin bread. By 1996 FMF launched a series of cookies. Now everyone has a favorite – wheat germ, coconut, peanut, choc chip or cherry and of course Kidz cookies for the little ones.

With increasing local and export demand, the Biscuit Company set up a new production facility of its own with the nation's first continuous, automatic biscuit baking oven to produce crackers, Milk Arrowroot biscuits, Scotch Fingers and even chocolate coated biscuits. In 2004 the company bought out Australia’s Fine Fare brand and added a range of cream biscuits, followed by chocolate biscuits in 2006. The varieties of biscuits produced in this factory today are vast and fascinating.

To get to this point where the company produces biscuits for markets in developed countries such as Australia and New Zealand has taken serious investment in staff development and technical programs to improve skills and maintain high quality products. It’s the quality that leads the phenomenal export growth of the company.

 

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FMF Snax Limited

FMF Snax Ltd started in 2006 with producing potato, dalo (taro) and cassava chips under the ‘Thumbs Up’ brand. Dalo and Cassava chips are unique to Fiji and are now a favourite . Equally popular is the company’s Chow noodles, in 4 different flavors. Noodles have become a regular feature on Pacific tables, starring in soups, stir fry, casseroles and in lunch hour takeaways – and those who enjoy a good noodle are showing strong preference for Chow especially for the Chow tomato flavor providing a fresh unique taste and the new reduced salt chicken flavor being a healthier option. Fijians love a meal of Chow and also the fun of enjoying a crispy snack now and again. …
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FMF Snax Ltd started in 2006 with producing potato, dalo (taro) and cassava chips under the ‘Thumbs Up’ brand. Dalo and Cassava chips are unique to Fiji and are now a favourite . Equally popular is the company’s Chow noodles, in 4 different flavors. Noodles have become a regular feature on Pacific tables, starring in soups, stir fry, casseroles and in lunch hour takeaways – and those who enjoy a good noodle are showing strong preference for Chow especially for the Chow tomato flavor providing a fresh unique taste and the new reduced salt chicken flavor being a healthier option. Fijians love a meal of Chow and also the fun of enjoying a crispy snack now and again.


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Pea Industries Ltd

Who doesn’t like a bowl of dhal soup? It has to be one of the most frequently served dishes in Fiji and known throughout the entire region served by FMF. One of the older FMF subsidiary companies, Pea Industries Ltd began operations in 1986 to mill and market yellow split peas. The company now produces packets of split peas and also pea flour,which is an ingredient in many sweets and snacks. Pea meal is a byproduct of the yellow split pea milling process and is used in poultry feed. This way we not just provide for the people but also for the needs of the country's farms. It is the quality of the Pea Industries product that has given it a competitive edge in the marketplace. …
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Who doesn’t like a bowl of dhal soup? It has to be one of the most frequently served dishes in Fiji and known throughout the entire region served by FMF.

One of the older FMF subsidiary companies, Pea Industries Ltd began operations in 1986 to mill and market yellow split peas.

The company now produces packets of split peas and also pea flour,which is an ingredient in many sweets and snacks.

Pea meal is a byproduct of the yellow split pea milling process and is used in poultry feed.

This way we not just provide for the people but also for the needs of the country's farms.

It is the quality of the Pea Industries product that has given it a competitive edge in the marketplace.


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Rice Company of Fiji Ltd

The Rice Company’s business is milling, grading, packing and selling rice which is a staple food for many households. It began operations in 1996 and has developed a highly efficient processing line using fully automated machinery. Sorting and cleaning rice prior to cooking is a time consuming chore. Imagine it being done in restaurants and resorts for the quantity they use! Well the Rice Company came up with a solution to help. It installed a rice sorter in the processing line to remove any foreign particles and unwanted bits and pieces so that every bag of rice is safe and of top quality. It is this superior quality that gives the company its competitive edge. Customers have a choice of four varieties of rice that cover m…
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The Rice Company’s business is milling, grading, packing and selling rice which is a staple food for many households. It began operations in 1996 and has developed a highly efficient processing line using fully automated machinery.

Sorting and cleaning rice prior to cooking is a time consuming chore. Imagine it being done in restaurants and resorts for the quantity they use! Well the Rice Company came up with a solution to help. It installed a rice sorter in the processing line to remove any foreign particles and unwanted bits and pieces so that every bag of rice is safe and of top quality. It is this superior quality that gives the company its competitive edge.

Customers have a choice of four varieties of rice that cover most preferences and recipe requirements: Calrose medium grain rice, Australian long grain rice, Thai/Vietnamese long grain rice and the fragrant Jasmine rice.


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DHF Ltd

DHF Ltd is devoted to products formulated to bring delight to bakeries and kitchens in the region and to make cooks’ lives easier. It has a range of premix products designed for today’s active people who live a fast paced lifestyle and who want fast food from their own kitchens. It begins with self raising flour for bakers’ convenience and a special premix for large bakeries. The company also produces wholemeal flour and a range of premixes that include pizza base mix, pancake mix and doughnut mix. The mixes are formulated not just for fast baking, but also for good quality and top taste. So the next time you are enjoying a nice pancake for breakfast....you know you are enjoying a product from …
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DHF Ltd is devoted to products formulated to bring delight to bakeries and kitchens in the region and to make cooks’ lives easier.

It has a range of premix products designed for today’s active people who live a fast paced lifestyle and who want fast food from their own kitchens.

It begins with self raising flour for bakers’ convenience and a special premix for large bakeries.

The company also produces wholemeal flour and a range of premixes that include pizza base mix, pancake mix and doughnut mix. The mixes are formulated not just for fast baking, but also for good quality and top taste.

So the next time you are enjoying a nice pancake for breakfast....you know you are enjoying a product from FMF.


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Atlantic and Pacific Packaging Co Ltd: AtPack

FMF knows that a good product needs to be delivered with excellent protection in order to reach its destination safely. That is why Atlantic & Pacific Packaging Company Ltd or Atpack as it is commonly known, was set up in 1998 - to produce good quality, attractive packaging, boxes and corrugated cartons. It not only serves the FMF Group Companies and the local market but has also created a name for itself in export markets such as Tonga, Samoa, Tahiti and New Caledonia. In 2015 Atpack ventured into producing plastic pails and polypropylene bags (PP bags). The pails are used for FMF Breakfast Cracker Biscuits and the PPs bags for FMF Flour. The company’s production line run by about 75 people includes …
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FMF knows that a good product needs to be delivered with excellent protection in order to reach its destination safely. That is why Atlantic & Pacific Packaging Company Ltd or Atpack as it is commonly known, was set up in 1998 - to produce good quality, attractive packaging, boxes and corrugated cartons.

It not only serves the FMF Group Companies and the local market but has also created a name for itself in export markets such as Tonga, Samoa, Tahiti and New Caledonia.

In 2015 Atpack ventured into producing plastic pails and polypropylene bags (PP bags). The pails are used for FMF Breakfast Cracker Biscuits and the PPs bags for FMF Flour.

The company’s production line run by about 75 people includes printing, gluing, stitching, waxing, slitting, folding and die cutting and working towards the company slogan, “first impression counts” and the aim of making sure the company achieves its crucial aim of reliability, service and quality at an acceptable price.

 

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