SP Brewery intends to pioneer the Cassava industry in Papua New Guinea by looking at the possible local sourcing of Cassava into its beer processing.

This was announced by SPB’s Managing Director Stan Joyce when he signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Department of Agriculture and Livestock through their Department Secretary Dr Vele Pat Ila’ava recently.

“The Brewery has looked into how to source local starch, so we’ve engaged Dr Keith Galgal to work on this exciting project, identifying different cassava species in PNG that are fit for this purpose.”

Mr Joyce said cassava is a crop imminently suitable for our environment in PNG and may I also comment that is probably suitable for traditional farming technologies as well.

“Through the MOU with the Department of Agriculture & Livestock, we will develop a central cassava ...

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Minimum entry is Year 12 and above with exceptions e.g. PETT for most Technical jobs and University Degrees for Professional jobs like Accountants and Engineers.

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For over sixty years, SP Brewery has produced PNG’s favourite beers – SP Lager, South Pacific Export and SP Gold, along with newcomers, Niugini Ice and Johnny Arrow Cider. As the country’s leading manufacturer, we employ over 300 employees who are involved in the brewing, marketing and distribution of our internationally acclaimed products.
Our products have won international awards for taste, product quality and safety standards and we proudly run a series of corporate social responsibility initiatives to ensure the ongoing enjoyment of the fruits of our labour – PNG’s best drinks.