No.1 Road Pollen is a partnership between Trevelyan’s Pack and Cool Ltd and Mat Johnston Contracting Ltd. Established in 2012, No.1 Road Pollen secures a sustainable supply of high-quality local pollen through the utilisation of our own harvest teams, with a strong focus on quality control in the field. Aligning our staff with our excellent quality values continues to enable us to achieve higher yields and pollen viability than industry standard whilst remaining competitively priced; key aspects for supplying our growers with the best product on the market. In November 2018 our net flower volume was 20,754kg, producing 220kg of pollen at a yield of 10.60kg/tonne of flowers.
New Zealand Golden Kiwifruit Company was formed in 2015 by a number of Post Harvest entities to co-ordinate, distribute and sell Class 2 SunGold in the New Zealand market. It collectively embarked on delivering consistent quality to the market to improve customer awareness and increase consumption.
Bayfarms was established in 1995 by its current directors Alister Hawkey and Ron Bailey, for the wholesale distribution of produce. The brand currently markets kiwifruit, avocados, feijoas and limes and is well known for it’s quality and consistency. As a partner company to Trevelyan’s Pack and Cool Ltd, the funds are received and administered by TPCL staff and their systems mirror our own from packing to payments and documentation. Click here for their website
Trevelyan Growers Ltd (TGL) is the grower supply entity that is the Registered Supplier to Zespri. They represent the growers’ interests in contract negotiations with Zespri and also monitor the performance of TPCL against a set of KPIs. Click here to learn more.
SPONSORSHIPS AND DONATIONS
Be socially responsible to the community
We support many local schools, health initiatives, sports, culture and community groups from which our growers, staff and their families benefit.
Our Sponsorship and Donations policy allows us to support local activities that are linked to our organisation directly while our Community Care programme addresses social need in the wider community.
Our funds invested into the community are based on our production. As our volume increases so does our contribution to the community.
If you are interested in a Trevelyan’s sponsorship, please submit an application here.
ORGANISATIONS WE SUPPORT
EmpowermentNZ - Food Bank
The food bank is a powerful resource helping those in need here in Te Puke. Giving people the necessities they need to feed and support their families, it is a much needed programme proving to have great benefits to our community.
Epic Te Puke - Events & Promotions
Epic Te Puke aims to unite, engage and ignite our community through promotions and events.
Maketu Ongatoro Wetland Society
We are a corporate member of the Maketu Ongatoro Wetland Society (MOWS). This group supports the conservation and restoration of the Lower Kaituna River, Maketu Ongatoro and Little Waihi estuaries and their associated wetlands.
Graeme Dingle Foundation
Kiwi Can is one of the programmes run by the Graeme Dingle Foundation. It is an energy-packed primary school programme, aimed at children aged 5 to 12 years. It teaches values such as integrity and respect, helps build resilience and delivers fun-filled learning to schools all around the country.
Otanewainuku Kiwi Trust
We are continuing our support of the Otanewainuku Kiwi Trust, currently funding the development of new signage in Otanewainuku forest.
Tauranga Moana Biosecurity Capital
Tauranga Moana Biosecurity Capital (TMBC) brings together council, iwi, government, science, education, industry and business representatives, to lead and take action towards biosecurity excellence.
Te Puke & Districts Highland Pipe Band
This organisation provides entertainment for the people of Te Puke & Districts, catering to the physical and cultural well-being of people of varying age groups through the music, marching and social aspects associated with Pipe Band activities.
The Search Party Charitable Trust
The Search Party Charitable Trust is a registered charity who own the ‘The Daily’ cafe here in Te Puke. All profits go back into the local community as they have a strong focus on breaking the poverty cycle and making our community better.
Te Puke Economic Development Group
Their mission is to facilitate the engagement of all economic sectors in our district and to grow economic value. Our contribution in this space is we sponsor the Te Puke Business awards.
TPI Rugby Academy
We are very proud to support the Te Puke Intermediate Rugby Academy and hear about their successes on and off the field.