Tasi Markets celebrated a momentous occasion as they inaugurated their newest establishment in Mangere Town Centre, with their official opening yesterday morning. The event commenced with a heartfelt message and prayer and a small ribbon-cutting ceremony, signifying the official commencement of operations to the public.
Tasi Markets holds a special place in the community as one of the leading importers of agricultural and fisheries products from Samoa to New Zealand. Beyond these essential commodities, they also offer an array of cultural artifacts, including Tanoa, ulafala, and other traditional Samoan products. Located strategically in Auckland, Tasi Markets plays a vital role in serving the Pacific Community in the region.
This Mangere branch of Tasi Market proudly joins a network of businesses owned and operated by the esteemed Samoan entrepreneur, Toleafoa Larry Tupai Lavea. Their other locations, including 1/2 Triangle Road in Massey, 1A Mangere Shopping Centre, 37 Farringdon Street in Glen Innes, Tasi Pasefika at 41 Farringdon Street, and Tasi Barber Shop at 43 Farringdon Street, stand as pillars of community support and cultural exchange.
The new Tasi Markets in Polynesian Central, Mangere Town Centre, represents not only a business expansion but also a commitment to providing quality products and a taste of Samoan culture to the vibrant Auckland community. With its rich offerings and strong community ties, Tasi Markets continues to be a valuable asset for all who appreciate the diversity and cultural richness of the Pacific region.