Kind, strong, respectful, hospitable, and with a deep care for the environment – these traits are at the heart of Māori culture and ingrained within all New Zealanders. Our isolated and sparsely populated South Pacific islands are inhabited by people with an innate connection to the land and sea. Our secluded, pristine environment, surrounded by deep, pure waters combine with our innovative, proactive and sensitive approach to agriculture and marine produce, making our country ideal for growing seafood.
Aroma NZ Ltd is licensed by the New Zealand Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) for export to Europe, Australia, Japan, China, Canada and the USA, and all incoming raw materials are strictly selected to ensure only the highest quality produce is used in our production. Aroma holds Fish Export Licence No. 167 and Fish Processing Premises Licence No PH35, which attest that the company adheres strictly to the standards laid down by the Fish Exporting Licensing Regulations 1982 and the Fish Export Premises Regulations 1995. Compliance with the standards is administered by official government inspectors from New Zealand’s MPI, who inspect the premises and monitor the processing operations on a continuing basis. The government-issued export certificate accompanying each export consignment certifies that the product has at all times been handled and processed in accordance with the regulations.