Food & beverage from New Zealand - FoodWorks Directory

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RD2 International

DESCRIPTION: RD2 International Limited is an Auckland-based international supplier of quality fruit juice concentrates, vegetable extracts and industrial food ingredients. RD2 specialises in fruit and vegetables, ... more
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Food Assurance Systems

DESCRIPTION: •Development, implementation and maintenance of - Food Safety Programme - Food Control Plans - HACCP plans - Risk Management Programmes •Quality systems ... more
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Foodtech Applications Ltd

DESCRIPTION: David is the sole experienced food technologist working within Foodtech Applications Ltd., a consultancy offering a range of services supporting the food industry. His experience is based on 30 years ... more
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Baking Industry Association of New Zealand

DESCRIPTION: The Baking Industry Association of New Zealand is about supporting and promoting the baking industry, it's products, lead and grow the base of bakers and baking apprentices in New Zealand. Members ... more
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Brewers Guild of New Zealand

DESCRIPTION: The Brewers Guild represents all of the breweries in New Zealand. The Brewers Guild of New Zealand is an Incorporated Society that represents the interests of the brewing industry. It does this ... more
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'OOB'er cool bananas - they're frozen!

New Zealand’s favourite fruit now available in the freezer Local fruit company OOB Organic has claimed a New Zealand first with the launch of the only frozen banana product. In a busier-than-ever society where convenience foods that don’t compromise on taste and nutritional value are at the top of the shopping list, new OOB Organic Sliced Bananas give shoppers the opportunity to enjoy certified organic bananas in a portion-controlled way. OOB Organic Sales and Marketing Manager, Erik Tams says, “We know bananas are Kiwis favourite fruit so we wanted ... 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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Central Otago gold awaits our medal winning athletes

Kiwi medal winners to be rewarded with gift from official wine sponsor New Zealand’s medal winning athletes are to receive a warm Central Otago welcome after they return home. ... more

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Wine industry converges on Marlborough

Around 500 grape growers, winemakers, and industry leaders will converge in Marlborough this week to learn, discuss and network at the wine industry’s annual Romeo Bragato Conference. ... more

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Judges wowed by New Zealand Food Awards entries

With a record number of entries in this year’s New Zealand Food Awards, the celebrity judges say they continue to be amazed by what is happening in the food scene. Product entries are up ... more

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FSANZ calls for submissions on GM potato

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has called for submissions on a potato that has been genetically modified to reduce both bruising and the amount of acrylamide formed during cooking. ... more

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New Zealand wine exports up 10 percent

New Zealand’s wine industry is well on track to reach its target of $2 billion of exports by 2020, according to Chair of New Zealand Winegrowers, Steve Green. New Zealand ... more

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Ramping up for the Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year 2016

Just one week to go until the Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year National Final 2016. This year there are five regional finalists, all strong candidates with great viticultural knowledge ... more

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Survey: what matters to Kiwi diners

Findings from a nationwide study have revealed that most Kiwi diners (70%) prefer casual dining over a formal setting, and that excellent food is what will keep them going back to a restaurant time ... more

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World dairy prices soar 12.7pc in latest world auction

World dairy prices rallied sharply at the latest GlobalDairyTrade (GDT) auction, driven mostly by double digit gains in whole milk powder and butter milk powder and well ahead of market expectations. ... more

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Australian survey: almost half of snack food products labelled as 'natural' considered unhealthy

More than 60 per cent of Australians are more likely to buy food or drinks described as "natural", despite the fact almost half of supermarket snack food products labelled as ... more

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Sanitarium named most trusted Breakfast Food Brand - Survey

Sanitarium’s recognition as the country’s most trusted breakfast food brand is a reflection of the high esteem and loyalty Kiwis have for it, according to the New Zealand company’s ... more

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Fifth time on top for Patrick Lam - Bacon & Egg Pie rules Supreme

A Bacon & Egg pie has won over the hearts of judges at the 20th Bakels NZ Supreme Pie Awards. Patrick Lam of Patrick’s Pie Group Gold Star Bakery, Tauranga has taken home the much ... more

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Vegetables for a hearty winter soup

Winter is the perfect time for homemade soup with seasonal vegetables offering plenty of delicious options, says 5+ A Day. Soup is an easy way to get more vegetables into your day while ... more

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Food manufacturers have obligation over safety and information on packs

Food manufacturers have an obligation not only to make sure their products are safe but also to give consumers as much information about them as possible, says Len Croudis, Country Manager for ... more