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Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development

DESCRIPTION: Auckland food and beverage business promotion - Auckland is the ideal location for local and overseas investment into the food and beverage sector. Auckland is the centre of value added processing and wholesaling, and is the transport and logistics hub servicing the domestic and overseas markets. Auckland has a strong cluster of more than 4800 food and beverage firms employing nearly 40,000 people, and 85 per cent of the manufacturers are located within 15km of downtown and the international airport. The FoodBowl – Te Ipu Kai, located near Auckland International Airport, is a state of the art, export-certified pilot plant with seven processing halls. It is available 24 hours a day to innovative food and beverage companies, providing hands-on access to a world class manufacturing pilot facility.
KEY WORDS: Auckland, food, beverage, The FoodBowl – Te Ipu Ka,

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DESCRIPTION: - the New Zealand government website that brings together free resources, tools and information to help people start, manage and grow their business. The information and tools on this site are designed specifically for small and medium-sized businesses, and the people who advise and support them. is managed and maintained by the Ministry of Economic Development (MED).
KEY WORDS: provides free access to a wide range of resources. It acts as a gateway to government and private sector business information, news and services. On the site there are practical resources and links to information to help business owners and managers start, manage, grow or exit their businesses, and deal with the day-to-day challenges they face. also covers a wide range of Government rules and regulations affecting businesses in New Zealand in information on how businesses can meet their compliance requirements.

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Callaghan Innovation

DESCRIPTION: Callaghan Innovation accelerates the commercialisation of innovation by firms in New Zealand. We have the talent, resources, knowledge and connections to help businesses turn ideas into internationally marketable products and services more quickly and successfully. We give businesses a single front door to the innovation system, working in partnership with New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, economic development agencies, business incubators, universities, polytechnics, Crown Research Institutes, the venture capital community and industry associations. We also offer extensive Research and Technical Services (RTS) to businesses in the high-tech manufacturing and services sector through both our world-class facilities and the skills and knowledge of our engineers, technologists, designers and scientists.
KEY WORDS: Innovation, commercialisation, research, R&D, industry, science, technology, physics, chemistry, mathematics and engineering expertise, ‘International Success through the Application of Innovation’ Award

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Commerce Commission

DESCRIPTION: The Commerce Commission is New Zealand's competition enforcement and regulatory agency. We enforce legislation that promotes competition in New Zealand markets and prohibits misleading and deceptive conduct by traders. The Commission also enforces a number of pieces of legislation that, through regulation, aim to provide the benefits of competition in markets where effective competition does not exist. This includes in the telecommunications, dairy, electricity, gas pipelines and airport sectors. The Commission is an independent Crown entity established under section 8 of the Commerce Act 1986.The Commission is not subject to direction from the government in carrying out its enforcement and regulatory control activities. The Commerce Commission’s purpose is to achieve the best possible outcomes in competitive and regulated markets for the long-term benefit of New Zealanders.
KEY WORDS: Competition, agency, regulatory body

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Environmental Protection Authority (EPA)

DESCRIPTION: The Environmental Protection Authority is the government agency responsible for regulatory functions concerning New Zealand's environmental management. These include national consenting under the Resource Management Act, management of the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme and New Zealand Emission Unit Register, regulation of hazardous substances,new organisms, ozone depleting chemicals, hazardous waste exports and imports, and assessment of environmental effects in Antarctica.
KEY WORDS: EPA, ERMANZ, HSNO, hazardous substances, organisms, protection, authority, agency

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DESCRIPTION: ESR can help protect your markets by testing your food products to the highest scientific standards of any organisation in New Zealand. A truly independent and globally networked organisation providing IANZ accredited analyses for food, water, meat, fish and dairy. We offering chemical, microbiological (bacteria & viruses) and physical testing, in times of crisis and not. ESR has the networks, knowledge and track record to help you work effectively with many NZ government agencies on food safety and quality issues.
KEY WORDS: ESR, food safety, food forensics, consulting, HACCP, science, research, Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland, chemistry, microbiology, pesticides, food supply, environmental health, public health, communicable disease, foodborne illness, pathogens, shellfish, mussels, oysters, virus, aquatic, marine, water quality, freshwater, regulatory, contamination, hazards, health, interpretation, investigation, expert witness, toxins, algae, risk assessment, glass fragments, heavy metals, fungal toxins, olive oil, halal, meat dna speciation, allergen, health, pure beef, E.coli, listeria, salmonella, norovirus, diet survey, biowaste

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Fine Food New Zealand

DESCRIPTION: Fine Food New Zealand is the nation’s leading trade event for the food retail, foodservice and hospitality industries. Every 2 years the food industry is invited to discover cutting-edge food, beverage, and equipment from leading producers, learn about the latest industry trends and innovations, make vital new contacts, and network with peers.
KEY WORDS: Fine Food, Fine Food NZ, New Zealand Fine Food, food event, food industry, North Port Events, foodservice, packaging, drinks, coffee, hospitality, equipment, dairy, retail, equipment, artisan, top shelf, bakery, confectionery, cheese, gluten free, distributors, gourmet, seminars, trade, trade event, expo, exhibition

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Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ)

DESCRIPTION: Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is an independent statutory established by the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991. Working within an integrated food regulatory system involving the New Zealand Government and the governments of Australia and its States and Territories, we set food standards for the two countries. FSANZ works in partnership with the New Zealand Food Safety Authority. At FSANZ we develop the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code (the Code) which controls the use of ingredients, processing aids, colourings, additives and vitamins in foods. The Code also specifies the compositional requirements of some foods (for example, dairy, meat and beverages), and sets out which novel food ingredients, food additives and processing aids may be used in the food supply. Labelling standards for both packaged and unpackaged food, including specific mandatory warnings or advisory labels, claims on foods and nutritional information, are also our responsibility.
KEY WORDS: We develop food standards for both countries in consultation with other government agencies and stakeholders having regard for food regulatory policies which are endorsed by the Australia and New Zealand Food Regulation Ministerial Council (which includes the New Zealand Minister for Food Safety) and other committees. This process ensures a harmonised approach to food regulation. In New Zealand we do not have responsibility for food handling, residue limits for agricultural and veterinary products or primary production; these areas are covered by the New Zealand Food Safety Authority.

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Health Promotion Agency (HPA)

DESCRIPTION: The Health Promotion Agency (HPA) is a Crown entity under the Crown Entities Act 2004. It was established on 1 July 2012 by the New Zealand Public Health and Disability Amendment Act 2012 with an overall function to lead and support activities for the following purposes: promoting health and wellbeing and encouraging healthy lifestyles preventing disease, illness and injury enabling environments that support health and wellbeing and healthy lifestyles reducing personal, social and economic harm.
KEY WORDS: It also has the following alcohol-specific functions: giving advice and making recommendations to government, government agencies, industry, non-government bodies, communities, health professionals, and others on the sale, supply, consumption, misuse and harm of alcohol so far as those matters relate to HPA’s general functions undertaking or working with others to research the use of alcohol in New Zealand, public attitudes towards alcohol, and problems associated with, or consequent on, the misuse of alcohol.

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MBIE Consumer Protection

DESCRIPTION: Our main role is to create an environment that promotes good and accurate information flows between suppliers and consumers so that consumers can transact with confidence. Develop consumer policy including consumer protection, product safety and weights and measures provide appropriate, accurate and accessible information, education and advice for consumers and businesses on consumer laws and issues investigate unsafe consumer products provide advice on consumer representation, including a consumer representation nomination service to government departments and agencies administer a range of consumer legislation enforce the Weights and Measures Act 1987. We are part of the Ministry of Economic Development.
KEY WORDS: Ministry of Consumer Affairs, MCA, consumer protection, product safety, Weights and Measures Act, education and advice, consumer laws, rights, consumer representation, legislation,

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