New Zealand Natural

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New Zealand Natural Pty Ltd
Type Private
Industry Ice-Cream Production
Founded 1984
Headquarters Australia
New Zealand
Hong Kong
Indonesia
Ireland
Malaysia
Singapore
South Korea
United Kingdom
Bangladesh
Key people Rael Polivnick (founder), Diane Foreman (Owner & director)
Products Ice Cream, Smoothies, Juice, Sorbet, Chillos, Shakes
Website http://www.newzealandnatural.com

New Zealand Natural Premium Ice Cream is a global franchise network based in Auckland, New Zealand. It operates as an international franchisor of ice cream, frozen yoghurt, smoothie and juice parlours and mini-parlours, which can be found in shopping centres in Australia, New Zealand and other countries. The Ice cream is also available at supermarkets throughout New Zealand and Australia.

Company history[edit]

New Zealand Natural began as a small ice creamery in Christchurch New Zealand in 1984 that specialized in ice cream with no artificial colours or flavours. By chance, Rael Polivnick, who founded the company, met the owner on a flight crossing the Tasman Sea. Polivnick, seeing the potential, purchased the rights to open a New Zealand Natural store at Sydney's famous Bondi Beach in 1985.

Purchased from Polivnick in July 2005, today the company is 100% owned by New Zealand-based Emerald Foods, run by entrepreneur Diane Foreman. The Auckland factory produces almost all of the ice cream for the company's franchised network of over 700 branded outlets in 27 countries.

Recognition[edit]

New Zealand Natural has won the Export Award at the Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards and the SIAL D'Or Award in France.[1]

Foreman was named the New Zealand Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year in 2010.[2]

The company's Gold Pure Vanilla was named best in Category at the 14th New Zealand Ice Cream Awards in 2010.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Koveshnikova, Kristina (18 Nov 2010). "NZ Natural expands globally despite volatile NZ dollar". The National Business Review. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  2. ^ "Diane Foreman Competes In Monte Carlo". Voxy.co.nz. 31 May 2010. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  3. ^ "2010 Awards" (Press release). nzicecream.org.nz. 2010-05-20. Retrieved 2011-02-15. 

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