New Packaging Profiles Local Provenance

Harris Meats Cheviot has unveiled new packaging that features the MADE NORTH CANTERBURY logo mark.  

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Established in 1956, Harris Meats has recently undergone a brand refresh that includes a new logo and new packaging across its extensive range of sausages, mince, steak, pork and bacon products.   

The company’s Managing Director, Nick Harris, says the decision to include the MADE NORTH CANTERBURY logo mark was simple.  

“We are proud members of the MADE NORTH CANTERBURY initiative. Our company shares the MADE NORTH CANTERBURY ethos of provenance, quality, authenticity and traceability. Aligning our brand with theirs across our product range shows consumers that we are 100% locally owned and our products are all locally grown and made.” 

MADE NORTH CANTERBURY acting Food and Beverage Business Development Manager Amelia Norman says she is thrilled with the new packaging.  

“Harris Meats is such a well-established local business with an extensive customer base and wide-reaching sales all over the South Island. For Harris Meats consumers to see our logo and know that their purchase has been grown and made in North Canterbury is so valuable to us, our region and all of the food and beverage producers here in North Canterbury.” 

Harris Meats was established in Cheviot in 1956. The company’s products are made using a lot of their own beef and lamb farmed in and around Cheviot, and free range pork sourced from Patoa Farms in Hawarden. Manufacturing and packaging takes place in the Harris Meats factory in Domett. The 30+ products in the Harris Meats range are sold at selected Four Square, New World and PAK’nSAVE stores throughout the South Island.