A Provenance Marketing Show

EP9 The Condiment King, 5th Generation Shoes, NZ Made goes to the Zoo and beeswax wrap replaces plastic

May 09, 2019 Season 1 Episode 9
A Provenance Marketing Show
EP9 The Condiment King, 5th Generation Shoes, NZ Made goes to the Zoo and beeswax wrap replaces plastic
Chapters
00:00:33
Wild Country Foods
00:02:29
McKinlays Shoes
00:03:19
Wellington Zoo Visit
00:05:16
Munch Cupboard
00:07:36
NZ Made NPS Scorecard
A Provenance Marketing Show
EP9 The Condiment King, 5th Generation Shoes, NZ Made goes to the Zoo and beeswax wrap replaces plastic
May 09, 2019 Season 1 Episode 9
Buy New Zealand Made
NZ Made businesses featured are Wild Country, McKinlays Shoes, Wellington Zoo and Munch Cupboard
Show Notes Transcript Chapter Markers

Wild Country produce a delicious range of condiments worthy of the finest condiment connoisseur, including Al Brown's mild mustard.

McKinlays Shoes iconic fifth generation business is featured on the Making It New Zealand Series.

The Buy New Zealand Made team head to the Zoo for day, feed giraffes (with video!) and discover the importance of the Forest Stewardship Council to them and the difference we can make when buying products.

Munch Cupboard show their alternative to plastic wrap and why reusable honey based wrap products are the future for a sustainable life.

...and lastly we share our Net Promoter Score results after 12 months of Executive Director Ryan Jennings at the helm.  

LINKS TO BUSINESSES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Wild Country http://www.wildcountry.co.nz
McKinlays Shoes: https://mckinlays.co.nz
Munch Cupboard: https://www.munchcupboard.com
Wellington Zoo: https://wellingtonzoo.com

Speaker 1:
0:05
Everybody. This is episode nine of the Providence Marketing show. I'm Ryan Jennings. And today on the show we have some brand new products from some of the New Zealand made license holders who make and manufacture products in New Zealand, which is a big thing for us all at the moment because the more we do here, the more we're successful together. It raises gross minute prostitutes, gross domestic product and all of those things. First one I want to start with is a lovely package we've been sent here by a company called wild country fine foods. Uh, they've been with the by New Zealand made program, would you believe for 24 years. So almost as long as we've been going, ah, it's a husband and wife team, Angelic van camp and Steven will concern and they produce and manufacture these products such as this one here, which is a wild country, buy garlic and truffle steak sauce.:
Speaker 1:
1:05
That sounds delicious. Let go in itself. If you haven't tried it as a real luxury, uh, on the back. It's got all of their ingredients indeed made is on there with the Kiwi trademark. Uh, you can see underneath of seed, handmade from local and imported ingredients. So as a food manufacturer, you can actually use international, a sourced ingredients in your product as long as the essential characteristics of the food product is grown in New Zealand. Now, wild country, uh, if you're not aware of it, you may be aware of this other brand, uh, because he is kind of an icon in his own right. This is Al Brown, the Schiff and businessmen, extraordinary behind restaurants such as Depo in Oakland, not a very hot mustard. I am told, uh, but again, this is something that a lot of people were after outside of the restaurant. So it's been bottled up contract, manufactured by wild country foods, which they'll also do for your own brand if you want to create something on your own. So we're going to give these away, look in the comments above on how you can win one. All of these, somehow we'll be giving all of those way. Next up on the list is Mckinley shoes. They're not here in front of us. Mckinley shoes is fifth generation, fifth generation family business.:
Speaker 2:
2:33
[inaudible] we'll talk of becomes quite soft and pliable. It can be in the shade and wait to shake it:
Speaker 1:
3:08
episode 38 I think. So we're really getting along with them making it New Zealand series. If you haven't subscribed, go to youtube.com forward slash buy in z made next up. We were out of the office a couple of days ago, uh, because binds they'd made is part of a wider group called business instead, which is about economic potential and efficacy into uh, the politicians into beehive through policy work. They do. We're actually a combined team. So enter and I get invited to the broader groups. Activities are, one of them was based around uh, organization with sustainable business council. We went to the Wellington Zoo. The dash is not a good example of what a Tasmanian Devil in the wild looks like. We've got to do some things that were pretty cool. So, uh, like this one here, feeding giraffes, some food:
Speaker 3:
4:04
rolling:
Speaker 1:
4:05
baby. They go through 50 kilos a day. Definitely worth checking out what our natural environment looks like. Going to see some of these animals up close and personal. Was super cool. Um, one thing that did come across was the importance to the zoo and the zoo animals of the forest stewardship council is, see:
Speaker 3:
4:28
I basically what it means [inaudible] has been the tree that it's gone from this girl run by people for people to yours, I'm sorry at as I've grown sustainably living cut down from a habitat on the animal like a draft. So um, Nick's Ariana supermarket [inaudible] have a lot for those loans. Um, you can be helping say that the life of a [inaudible] really, really also have to think about, all right, so it:
Speaker 1:
4:55
now you may see the FSC logo on some of the packaging on products that you purchase. What that means is that the packaging has come from a sustainable forest, which means communities are kept healthy, jobs are kept in that community and it doesn't contribute to deforestation. Next up munch cupboard, this awesome little product here. It's got such great aroma to it. Uh, this is the 2019 solution to not using glad wrap or plastic wrap. I probably can't say glad, right? Cause that's a brand, you have to cut that bit out. But plastic rep is bad because it's not something that's going to be good for the environment. Anything plastic. So this company here, munch cupboard has come up with this organic nil product, which is made out of a number of ingredients, organic cotton, organic can New Zealand bees wax New Zealand, Manuka Oil, Jehovah Oil, and they all contain antibacterial and anti fungal properties.:
Speaker 1:
6:05
Perfect for storing uh, leftovers in the fridge. As long as it's not rural meat. And as long as you just warm these up in your hands, you can put them around a bowl and they will stay put and you don't have to use plastic wrap. Let's open one of these up and it's got its definitely got given out and it's, I can feel that openness melting just with a bit of my hand movements. And then once you've had your leftovers, all you need to do is put this under cold water and uh, the soapy water cleaned it up and you can use it again. And they're good for six to 12 months. So that's a lot of plastic rep you don't have to use in your home. I like their brand. It's cute. It's subtle. They've got the ends. He had made rectangle logo on there.:
Speaker 1:
6:58
I don't actually see that a lot. Most people use the triangle to be a reason that probably that the views that uh, and this is the brainchild of an a board in young, I hope I've said that right, Anna, who has collectively got a group of moms together that work remotely from home to make these products as a social enterprise. Social Enterprise means that all money that has made gets put back into the enterprise so it can be profit making. It just means that profit isn't distributed to shareholders. It's reinvested in the company. A great product. We'll give those away as well. And that's almost us for this episode. The last thing I want to mention is we've just completed at NPS survey for the nps being net promoter score. It's a survey of the 1200 businesses that are licensed as New Zealand made. And it is a taste on sentiment on how likely a businesses to recommend becoming an official indeed made license holder to another business.:
Speaker 1:
8:03
And 10 out of 10 being best, zero or one out of 10 being worst. Uh, and the way it works is any score of a zero is actually good because you take your promoters, which are your nine out of 10 and your 10 out of tens you take away or remove the detractors, which are one at a 10 35 out of tins and that gives you a number. And our number of year ago was 20, which is actually quite a good number. This year we've got to 42. So we've gone two and a half, uh, sorry, two times as good as a year ago. There's still plenty more work to do. Um, but for those businesses who have supported us over the last year as we've changed strategy, done more on video, on Facebook and uh, promoted more of your products as through the show and making it New Zealand. Uh, appreciate your feedback and thanks for being on the journey so far. Lots more to do if you are watching this just to when products, that's cool as well. If there's a product we should be featuring on here, tag it below. Let us know and we'll see you next week on the providence marketing show for episode 10. Thanks for watching and listening on the podcast. See you next week:
Speaker 2:
9:20
time.:
Wild Country Foods
McKinlays Shoes
Wellington Zoo Visit
Munch Cupboard
NZ Made NPS Scorecard
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