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Curds & Whey

DESCRIPTION: We specialise in all aspects of Food particularly dairy which covers both the commercial and artisan dairy ... more
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The Marlborough Wine Show

DESCRIPTION: The Marlborough Wine Show was launched in 2011 to provide NZ’s largest wine producing region with its own wine competition. The inaugural show was held at the beginning of September. The objective ... more
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The Association of New Zealand Advertisers Inc - ANZA

DESCRIPTION: ANZA’s mission is to protect the freedom to advertise responsibly and to enhance effective communications for our members. We do this by: Advocating in the advertiser’s corner with regulators, ... more
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Prevar™

DESCRIPTION: Prevar was established to globally commercialise the new apple and pear cultivars bred in New Zealand by crown research organisation Plant & Food Research [PFR] in such a manner that will assist ... more
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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 collection for breakfast lovers

Household-favourite Alison’s Pantry has launched their new gourmet Breakfast Collection, offering delightfully delicious additions to the self-selection bins. The new Collection features six new variants, all cleverly designed to start your day with natural, wholesome ingredients. Ancient Grain Kick Start, Coconut Crumble, Deluxe Natural Muesli, Flake Fusion, Nutty Granola and Chocolate Nut Crunch are made with simple, fresh ingredients and are of the premium quality that Alison’s Pantry is known for. As shoppers seek out gourmet cereals, Alison’s Pantry now ... more

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Whey To Go - Whey Protein Concentrate: A New Zealand Success Story

This is a free, online, unrevised edition of the book Whey to Go - Whey protein concentrate, A New Zealand Success Story, which was published by Ngaio Press in 2014. It tells the story of an exceptionally innovative period in the history of the New Zealand dairy industry, the development of ultrafiltration, a technology that enabled the production of a new range of food ingredients, whey protein concentrates (WPCs). These were so valuable that whey, previously a waste by-product, became the basis of a profitable industry.

Whey to Go was written by some of those early pioneers: Ken Kirkpatrick, Kevin Marshall, Dave Woodhams, Mike Matthews, Peter Hobman, Lee Huffman, Jim Harper, Robin Fenwick, and Arthur Wilson.


Photo: NZDRI, Palmerston North 1978.

Through the 60s, 70s and 80s, they led a group of talented young technologists, scientists and marketers in developing brand new products and processing technologies. From early development work and pilot plant trials at the NZDRI (now Fonterra Research Centre), to full-scale industrial production on different plants at several different dairy companies (in the days before Fonterra), and liaison with multinational customers, and international markets.


Photo: WPC gel testing

The book is not only a historical record, but a fine case study of the many disciplines involved in innovation and commercialisation in the food industry. It is the fifth and latest food science, technology and engineering text to be provided online and free by NZIFST, and makes a suitable companion to those other texts covering food product development and food engineering.

The book remains subject to copyright but may be downloaded for personal use.

www.nzifst.org.nz/publications/wheytogo.asp

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Barker’s, T&G Global win at NZ Food Awards

The NZ Food & Grocery Council congratulates members Barker’s of Geraldine and T&G Global for their success at the Massey University NZ Food Awards. Barker’s won a category ... more

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Fonterra food service business tops $2 billion in revenue

Fonterra’s Foodservice business, Anchor Food Professionals, became New Zealand’s sixth biggest export business today, having generated more than $2 billion in annual revenue over the past ... more

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Golden glow for Lawson’s Dry Hills at four wine shows

The Lawson’s Dry Hills portfolio has again excelled at local wine competitions with a total of 12 gold medals awarded at the 2017 New Zealand International Wine Show, the 2017 New World Wine ... more

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Award spotlight shines on Pinot Noir NZ 2017

Photo L-R: Carla O’Neil, GM, Avenues Auckland, Philip Gregan, CEO, NZ Winegrowers, Melanie Walker, MD, Avenues, Rachael Fletcher, EO, Pinot Noir NZ, Alistair King, Pinot NZ 2017 Board member, ... more

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North Canterbury winery Waipara Hills takes top awards

Waipara Hills was the big winner at the New Zealand Aromatic Wine Competition and Canterbury Wine Competition judging weekend in Christchurch recently. Nearly 300 wines were judged over two ... more

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Judges add international flavour to Air New Zealand Wine Awards competition

New Zealand’s premier wine competition, the Air New Zealand Wine Awards, will welcome three international judges to the 2017 team when judging kicks off on Monday at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland. ... more

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Dairy leads 3.0 percent annual rise in food prices

Food prices increased 3.0 percent in the year to September 2017, Stats NZ said today. This followed a 2.3 percent increase in the year to August 2017. "Prices for dairy products including ... more

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We’ve got a trick to help you in the treat department

Halloween is fast approaching and to celebrate, Muffin Break have two limited edition tasty treats that will leave you feeling sweet and superstitious on what promises to be the freakiest day of ... more

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Ready ... Set .... Eat!!

This year’s Taste of Auckland in partnership with Electrolux just keeps getting better with a host of big names in the food world newly added to the line-up including Nick Honeyman from Paris ... more

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Bad Taste Food Awards open for nominations

Consumer NZ wants nominations for its Bad Taste Food Awards. Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin says the awards highlight food companies marketing their products as better choices than ... more

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More science added to 5 A Day

Food scientist Dr Carolyn Lister has been appointed a trustee on the board of the 5+ A Day Charitable Trust. The Trust’s general manager, Paula Dudley, says Dr Lister’s appointment ... more

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Sweet success for New Zealand wine at the International Wine and Spirits Competition

Results released today show New Zealand wines have triumphed at the prestigious UK-based International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC). New Zealand scooped not only the show’s top Pinot ... more

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TalentNZ: Start with skills but end with qualified

The open letter signed this week by 100 companies has been applauded by the industry training organisation for the nation’s booming service sectors, ServiceIQ. But it wants a postscript. ... more