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New ServiceIQ apprenticeship caters to the caterers; trainees and employers

Catering is a fast moving, dynamic and ever-changing industry that offers a huge variety of business opportunities and careers. Now, there’s a new apprentice programme designed for catering today. ServiceIQ is excited to announce its new Catering Services Apprenticeship that gives aspiring catering staff even more support as they train to gain the specialist skills needed to plan, create and deliver healthy and delicious food for a multitude of diners – airline passengers, ... more

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Moughan: science and innovation needed for food crisis

A Massey University food science specialist is urging the government to think strategically about its research and development funding. Distinguished Professor Paul Moughan, who recently returned from being part of an international think tank on world food security, led discussions around global food demand amid world population growth at the New New Zealand Forum in Auckland this week. He said science and technology are crucial in meeting the 70 per cent increase in food demanded ... more

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Australian Sommeliers to attend inaugural New Zealand Winegrowers scholarship programme

New Zealand Winegrowers has announced the names of nine successful sommeliers who will participate in the inaugural Sommit Scholarship, held in New Zealand from 30 January to 6 February 2016. The successful candidates will engage with and learn from some of the great minds in the New Zealand wine business. They will taste a range of premium wines from New Zealand and the rest of the world on an intensive seven-day programme incorporating flagship events on the New Zealand wine ... more

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Zespri shares innovation in inaugural Symposium

Zespri invests over $15 million in kiwifruit innovation science each year and the inaugural Kiwifruit Innovation Symposium on 29 October in Mt Maunganui gives people a chance to see the latest developments for themselves. Zespri General Manager Marketing and Innovation Carol Ward explains innovation is huge part of the industry with significant investment from Zespri, along with the NZ government and industry. Zespri wants to share this work with its community and hear their ideas ... more

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Fresh new partnership announced: Plant & Food Research joins United Fresh

One of New Zealand’s largest scientific research organisations has joined United Fresh New Zealand Incorporated, the country’s only pan-produce organisation. Plant & Food Research is now a member of United Fresh, which has 86 members from across the fresh produce value supply chain. United Fresh General Manager, Paula Dudley, says the organisation is looking forward to continuing its work with the highly regarded scientific institute. “United Fresh has ... more

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MasterChef finalist scores international career

Photo: Gemma Wynne-Lewis, courtesy of Massey News. Food technology graduate Gemma Wynne-Lewis may no longer be on TV3’s MasterChef, but her career is well on its way up the food chain. The 26-year-old graduated from Massey University four years ago with a Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours and was one of the final six before being eliminated from the latest series of MasterChef New Zealand. Ms Wynne-Lewis says what she learned doing her degree helped her approach ... more

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