Food & beverage from New Zealand - FoodWorks Directory

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New Zealand International Wine Show

DESCRIPTION: Formed in 2005, the New Zealand International Wine Show is the largest wine competition held in New Zealand. Entry is open for wines from any country and made from any grape variety. Truly ... more
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New Zealand Nutrition Foundation

DESCRIPTION: The New Zealand Nutrition Foundation is a professional, non-profit organisation whose members believe all New Zealanders should have access to accurate information to enable them to make informed ... more
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DESCRIPTION: New Zealand's only online food ingredients shop for food manufacturers. ingredientStop is a New Zealand-owned importer, repacker and distributor of a wide range of ingredients from the world’s most ... more
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Foodtech.Help Ltd

DESCRIPTION: Jan Wuis, as ltd, offers help for food technology projects, small or large. 20+ years in the New Zealand food industry, in a variety of positions with different companies, form the ... more
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FoodTech International Ltd

DESCRIPTION: The principal, Gary Broome is extensively experienced in the Australasian and International food processing industry and is specialist in quality food production. He is both a Food & Medical ... more
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NEW Tasti Made Simple Wholefood Bars! Snacking done right

It’s cold, you’re hungry, and that chocolate bar, packet of biccies and salty chips have never looked more inviting. If you’re snacking habits are getting in the way of your healthy eating regime, step away from the usual suspects and say hello to Tasti Made Simple Wholefood Bars - this is snacking done right! Bucking the trend of many processed snacks and convenience foods that are known for their little nutritional value, new Tasti Made Simple Wholefood Bars contain only four key all-natural ingredients which are pressed together (not baked!) to form a delicious ... more


New Zealand Beverage Council (NZBC): The NZBC represents the manufacturers of New Zealand's juice, carbonated drink and bottled water brands, and their suppliers. It's members represent over 95 percent of all juice and non-alcoholic beverages sold at retail level in New Zealand. The organisation acts as a forum to discuss issues of concern and interest to the industry, as a lobby group, and as an advocate for consumer education on health & nutrition issues. It also organises and hosts the New Zealand Juice & Beverage Awards every year at its annual conference.

The new NZBC website incorporates consumer information about a range of issues facing the industry, and the role of commercially available fruit juices and beverages in a healthy diet. Product definitions, recommended guidelines, nutritional information, labelling, obesity, dental health, industry self-regulation, advertising, taxes, and low energy products - all are addressed in detail. Member companies are also listed, with links to media releases, research and other useful resources:

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Afternoon tea time? Fill up without filling out, thanks to Fibre One – the delicious low calorie snack!

Afternoon tea time? Fill up without filling out and keep your waistline wonderful thanks to Fibre One, the tasty new low-calorie snack that lets you satisfy your cravings. New Fibre One ... more

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New Zealand’s perishable exports to US on the rise - new figures

Wasps, live eels and capsicums are just some of the perishable export products driving New Zealand’s rapid growth in the US market. New Zealand exports of short shelf-life goods to the US ... more

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Zespri Board announces succession planning for new CEO

The Board of Directors of Zespri will start a search process next year to select a new Chief Executive Officer. The succession is being planned with a view to having the new CEO in place by the ... more

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Fonterra 2015/16 annual results show stronger returns

Highlights · Sales volume increased 4% to 23.7 billion Liquid Milk Equivalents (LME) · Revenue $17.2 billion, down 9% · ... more

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Fonterra increases forecast Farmgate Milk Price by 50c

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited today increased its 2016/17 forecast Farmgate Milk Price by 50 cents to $5.25 per kgMS. When combined with the forecast earnings per share range for the ... more

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Plan 52 Perfect Weekends in the World’s Tastiest Destinations

Published this October, global travel authority Lonely Planet’s Food Trails is a gastronomic tour of the world in 52 short breaks — with Auckland representing New Zealand. Lonely ... more

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FSANZ: Call for submissions on a new processing enzyme

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has called for submissions on an application to allow the use of a new enzyme as a processing aid. FSANZ Chief Executive Officer Steve ... more

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Dairy prices post slight gain at auction; WMP down, SMP up

International dairy prices eked out a 1.7 per cent gain at the latest GlobalDairyTrade (GDT) auction, well short of market expectations of a 5 to 10 per cent increase. Whole milk powder prices - ... more

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Sugar review: re-writing history to expose a non-existent conspiracy

By Katherine Rich, chief executive of the New Zealand Food and Grocery Council, FOOD Navigator, 19-Sep-2016. Last week, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a ... more

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Industry launches website to improve food literacy

The New Zealand Food and Grocery Council has launched a website aimed at improving food literacy among New Zealanders. is devoted to promoting healthier attitudes to food, ... more

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Best Ôra King Dish NZ Awards finalists announced

Auckland, Wellington and Featherston chefs make the final The creation of innovative dishes such as gin cured salmon belly, brown spiced sugar salmon, raw confit of salmon and tomato cured ... more

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Tonnellerie de Mercurey NZ Young Winemaker 2016 announced

Congratulations to Jordan Hogg from Seresin – the Tonnellerie de Mercurey NZ Young Winemaker 2016. The National Final was held on Tuesday 23 August at MRC and the winner was announced at ... more

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Cracker potential for NZ cheese exports

New Zealand needs to realise the export potential of its cheese market, UK industry veteran Juliet Harbutt says. Mrs Harbutt, a New Zealander who established the British Cheese Awards, said New ... more