WITH the best rugby-playing nations in full-throttle action in Japan to determine the new world champions, we’re delighted to see that New Zealand blackcurrants being promoted at the World Cup.
New Zealand rugby star Jack Goodhue is the official face of the New Zealand Blackcurrant Co-Operative and promoting their performance benefits in his star-studded role playing for his country.
The ambassador is helping educate Japanese consumers about the array of benefits of New Zealand blackcurrants.
The Canterbury Crusaders player has been a daily consumer of this new legal performance food for several years, on recommendation of high-performance nutritionists.
CurraNZ is supplier to High Performance Sport New Zealand and proud to see athletes of his calibre benefiting from a performance edge on the world stage.
Joining him are some of the Samoan team (pictured), who also deployed CurraNZ at the tournament. Jack Lam (left), was the first try scorer for his side on Saturday, but it wasn't enough to get them through to the quarter finals, with the small nation being dismissed by Ireland.