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The most established sex shop and brand in New Zealand is Peaches and Cream. It dominates all other brands with 13 stores in total - 7 in Auckland, and 1 each at Wellington, Petone, Hamilton, Christchurch, and Dunedin. That makes for 11 on the North Island, and only 2 on the South Island. Fritz Peterson opened the first Peaches and Cream shop in , while the website first aired in Peaches and Cream band from the UK are only recent phenomenon, long after the opening of the first Peaches and Cream sex shop.
The chain had different brands, with the biggest one being Erox. The branding of all stores to Peaches and Cream occurred slowly during the years, and it all came to a successful stop in except The Grinder, which notably only catered to the gay community. In , the pair also incorporated Xoom Distribution into it. It acts as another leg of the business which operates as a wholesale supplier, utilising the purchasing power of Peaches and Cream and its distribution system.
John Frew tried another venture , which essentially merged into Peaches and Cream activity. In , they closed a video retail business, this time as a trio alongside Robin Keith Osborne. Using the WaybackMachine from , we could analyze the changes that users exhibited when it came to purchasing sex toys in regards to preference and general behavior.
This is the first image we managed to find — an excerpt to when they had one store with this name at Christchurch, as well as a vivid green site color:. Prices were through the roof seeing as the competition was very slow, with only a few retail shops providing the online experience.
However, this feature was never actually available. So, we know that Peaches and Cream noticed the growing market and interest of Chinese speakers in New Zealand, but for some reason neglected to properly work on the idea. In , the Christchurch store had to remove their entire range of chocolate body points due to the contamination of melamine, which was said to have been inserted into the products via the Chinese manufacturer.