|By PR Newswire||
|September 2, 2014 10:12 PM EDT||
JAKARTA and BALI, Indonesia, Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fresh Grow International has agreed to supply its King Tomato branded fresh produce to one of the leading luxury resorts in Bali, The Four Seasons Hotel.
The premium brand has been used in Bali's renowned Sundara restaurant for several months, seeing high rates in customer satisfaction surveys. The Four Seasons Jimbaran, Executive Chef, Gregory Bunt, commented, "The cornerstone to excellent cooking is sourcing the finest ingredients. At The Four Seasons Jimbaran, we selected King Tomatoes for their perfect texture, sweetness and fresh flavour; And this is what a tomato is all about. Well-done, King Tomato!"
About Fresh Grow International (FGI):
FGI is Indonesia's first agriculture and horticulture company growing local, high-quality produce for primarily domestic consumption, based on the latest R&D in seed technology. The company was established in 2013 to satisfy an historic, unprecedented level of demand for 100% natural and safe fruit and vegetables. The company continues to build a reputation as the premium supplier of high quality produce for the Indonesian retail and foodservice markets. In its next phase of operations, FGI will scale the Indonesian business and expand into other fast-growing, yet, underserved consumer food markets across Asia. The company is currently privately-held, and planning a floatation on the Indonesian Stock Exchange.
About The Four Seasons
Four Seasons Hotels, Inc. is a Canadian international luxury, five-star hotel management company. Travel + Leisure magazine and Zagat Survey rank the hotel chain's 98 properties among the top luxury hotels worldwide. Readers of Conde Nast Traveller magazine have voted the company's Golden Triangle property in northern Thailand as their favourite in the world for three consecutive years. The company has been named one of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" by Fortune every year since the surveys inception in 1998, and is lauded for having one of the lowest turnover rates in the industry.
For more information contact:
Mr. Nefo Handojo
+62 213 002 7 318
SOURCE Fresh Grow International
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