Bright new look, same great brand

Bright new look, same great brand

It’s an exciting time for Golden Sun - we haven’t updated our packaging in a long time and we’re really proud to announce our fresh new look.

We are updating our packaging to place more focus on the farmers that grow our product and the suppliers that preserve our ingredients.

With a lot more interest in where food comes from and the ingredients used, we want to share stories about where our products are grown, and about our farmers and producers.

You’ll find our bright, fresh look appearing in stores from August 2021. From mid-September, you can find Golden Sun on Facebook GoldenSunNZ and Instagram goldensunnz



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