What makes us so strong in our actions is that we’re driven from our shared values. One Team, Straight Up, Value You, Go For It and Trailblazing. It's how we live these values collectively that makes us Frucor.
HR Director, NZ HR Department
There is a real 'can do' attitude at Frucor that you wouldn't normally find at an organisation of its size.
The world’s number one sports drink is partnering with the world’s premier rugby team, the All Blacks, in a new five year partnership announced by New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and Gatorade today.
A winning culture has seen Frucor NZ accredited as an Aon Hewitt Best Employer for the fourth time since 2011. The annual awards, presented by global human resources consultancy Aon Hewitt, acknowledge a company’s commitment to their employees by measuring workplace culture and practises.
Frucor Beverages has announced the appointment of Jonathan Moss as Group CEO designate. Jonathan will replace Carl Bergstrom who retires in April after 15 years at Frucor. Jonathan will remain in his current role of CEO Frucor Australia until a suitable replacement is found. To maintain the business's momentum and ensure a smooth transition, a new role of Frucor Executive Chairman has been created. Frucor is pleased to announce that Kuni Himeno has been appointed to this role. Current Frucor chairman Nobuhiro Torii will remain on the Frucor board.
When you sweat you lose electrolytes. One litre of sweat typically contains 1.15g sodium, 0.23g potassium and 1.48g chloride. Sports drinks such as Mizone contain electrolytes to replace those you lose when active.
Fruit, fruit products and fruit nectars not only taste good, they’re also essential elements in our diet. Next to vegetables, fruit is the most important source for carotene and Vitamin C.
We sell so many cans of 'V' each year, that if you were to lay them end-to-end, the line would be longer than the Great Wall of China.