The Australian family company Conga Foods celebrates its 70th anniversary with a new look.
The Valmorbida's showed an updated company image and a long-term, philanthropic partnership with the Feed Appeal Rural Grants Series.
A rich story
The family sees itself as responsible for bringing Australia's first large mineral water from Hepburn Springs to the market, based on Australia's love story with canned tuna (fished from Port Lincoln) and bringing olive oil from Europe at a time when it was only used as health water Pharmacies was sold.
Italian canned tomatoes, pasta, authentic cheese and ham, legumes, pasta sauces, sardines and coffee are just a few examples of foods that Conga is proud of in the Australian retail trade.
We are a family
“Family business is not just any business. It is the culmination of collective visions and shared convictions of our family, our employees and their families, our customer families and the families that have been our supply partners for many decades. It's all related, ”says CEO David Valmorbida.
At the horizon
2020 stands for a new decade with new opportunities.
On the occasion of the decade, Conga Foods has received a new logo – one that preserves the legacy, elements of strength, trust and confidence, but also modernity, innovation and specialist knowledge.
The family directors, David, Marc and Bianca, say that the logo is a “small but important reminder that we continue to push the boundaries and need to work with our partners and customers to find new values to deliver first class service , which ensures the best experience and best value for money for consumers ”.
Katherine Gokavi-Whaley, CEO of Feed Appeal, said: “We are delighted to partner with Conga Foods and Squeaky Gate Growers Co. for the Rural Grant series. We congratulate Conga Foods and the Valmorbida family on a wonderful 70-year history. We look forward to working with your family in the future in this new partnership that will hopefully take many years. "
Source: Conga Foods media release.