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Membership

4-0570-14-000-00

Category

Ordinary

Sector

Consumer Goods Manufacturers

Country

Fiji

Member since

29 December 2014

Web
fmf.com.fj

FMF Foods Limited

FMF Foods Ltd was established in 1973 as Suva Flour Mills Co Ltd. It started its operations in Walu Bay, Suva, Fiji. The name was then changed to "Flour Mills of Fiji Ltd" from which originated the "FMF" brand. The initial project came about with support from the Fiji government and was a milestone event in the inception of the manufacturing sector in Fiji. Initially, we started out milling flour and sharps, with a capacity of 200 tons per day. Milling flour in Fiji enabled the people of Fiji to have fresh and high quality wheat flour.

As opportunities arose we have added new businesses to the original business of flour milling. This includes milling of rice under name of Rice Company (Fiji) Ltd and peas under the name of Pea Industry Ltd, manufacture of biscuits under the name of Biscuit Company of (Fiji) Ltd, noodles and potato, dalo (taro) & cassava chips under the name of FMF Snax. In addition, the company also trades in plain and crushed wheat, bakery ingredients and oil under the name of DHF Limited.

With a vast range of food products, it was only appropriate to reflect this in the company name which was changed to FMF Foods Limited in 2011. FMF Foods Group of Companies today provides for most of Fiji?s household food needs and its reach extends to other Pacific Island countries where products of Fiji are highly admired and loved.
  • Bakery Company (Fiji) Limited
  • Biscuit company of (Fiji) Limited
  • DHF Limited
  • FMF Snax Limited

ACOP Report Submissions


ACOP PERIOD FILE NAME NOTES FILE SIZE
2017 fmf foods limited-ACOP2017.pdf 27.7 KB
2015 fmf foods limited-ACOP2015.pdf 21.4 KB

Organisation's Commitments Toward Sustainability

  • How will your organisation promote the RSPO internally and to other stakeholders?
    Through proper awareness training and we will incorporate these in our Export excellence submission documents and reports.
  • Where relevant, what processes is the organisation establishing to engage with interested parties, for example to resolve conflict or to use sustainably produced palm oil?
    We will implement RSPO supply chain standard throughout our organization and will involve all our stake holders and suppliers.
  • Where relevant, how will your organisation work towards implementing the RSPO Principles and Criteria or assessing supplier performance against these criteria?
    Through Periodic Supply chain Audit
  • Any other information that would support the application such as what your organisation hopes to gain from joining RSPO and how it would support RSPO?
    As a corporate social responsible company , we always there to support all eco friendly environmental activities and thereby support a greener earth and to save endangered species.
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