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* Sri Lankan Coconut Product Exporters meet Australian Business Associations
Thu, Sep 13, 2018, 03:07 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Sept 13, Colombo: The Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Melbourne in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Coconut Development Authority organized a well-attended Business Breakfast Meeting on 11 September 2018 in Melbourne coinciding with Sri Lanka's participation at the Fine Food Exhibition 2018.

Sri Lankan Coconut Products Exporters are attending the Fine Food Australia Exhibition 2018, currently being held in Melbourne, to promote Sri Lankan coconut products and to interact with potential business partners and buyers in Australia.

The event was hosted by H K Udaya Rupasinghe, Chairman of the CDA and W G S Prasanna, Consul General of Sri Lanka for Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania in Melbourne.

Abdul Raheem, Consul (Commercial) of the Consulate General of Sri Lanka in Sydney, delivered the opening remarks highlighting the importance of enhancing bilateral trade and investment between Sri Lanka and Australia and the vital role the private sector and industry partners could play in achieving mutual benefits for both countries.

Delivering his welcome speech at the event, Consul General, appreciated the initiative undertaken by the CDA to promote coconut based products in Australia. The Consul General recalled the salient aspects of the long standing and enduring partnership between Sri Lanka and Australia. He also highlighted the potential areas for business in coconut products and requested the industry partners to capitalize on this initiative so that they could establish mutually beneficial partnerships and initiatives.

Sampath Samarawickrama, Director/Marketing Development & Research of the CDA, presented to the gathering a general overview of the coconut industry of Sri Lanka, current developments, trends and potential areas for business promotion. Samarawickrama's detailed presentation also provided an opportunity for the gathering to learn about the vast range of coconut based products originating from Sri Lanka and its worldwide expansion over the years.

Samrawickrama together with Mario de Alwis, Chairman/Ma's Tropical Food Processing (Pvt) Ltd, and Annes Junaid, Managing Director of CBL Natural Food (Pvt) Ltd, engaged with an enthusiastic audience during the Questions & Answers session.

The event provided an opportunity for over 60 participants to interact and discuss trade, business and investment opportunities.

 

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