The flag of Fiji features the British Union Jack in the upper left corner, this is a tribute to the country's history as a colony of the United Kingdom. The blue color symbolizes Fiji's relationship with the Pacific Ocean. To the right of the Union Jack is the shield from the coat of arms of Fiji. At the top of the shield, across the red band, is a lion holding a cocoa pod. Within the cross segments of the shield are four sections, each depicting a feature of Fiji, primarily its agricultural ties. Sugar cane, coconut palm, bananas and a dove of peace holding an olive branch in its beak are shown. The flag of Fiji was adopted on October 10, 1970.
Made in America, Fiji flags are 100% durable nylon designed to withstand the harsh effects of sun and wind. Finished with canvas heading and two solid brass grommets.