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Kiwi barista ready to take on the rest of the world after winning National Championship

The Coffee Club’s hunt for the best barista in New Zealand has come to an end with Ana Beatriz Vasquez Ramirez taking first place. Six finalists took on the challenge of making eight coffees in under 10 minutes at The Coffee Club’s packed Lunn Ave cafe on Tuesday 23 May. Ana, from The Coffee Club Remarkables Park, was waiting on a renewed work visa, which only came through just in time so she could take part in the competition. In the end, Ana was judged the best in the ... more

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CEO of New Zealandís premier Māori food and beverage business to co-lead business delegation during trade mission to Japan

Rachel Taulelei (Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Rarua, Ngāti Koata), CEO – Kono NZ LP (Kono) will be co-leading, with Sir Graham Harrison, the business delegation during New Zealand Prime Minster Bill English’s trade mission to Japan, from 16-18 May 2017. Kono is an associated business of Wakatū Incorporation, and is a vertically integrated, family-owned Māori food and beverage producer – an artisan producer, and exporter of award-winning wine, cider, ... more

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Tim Deane new chair of NZ Food and Grocery Council

Goodman Fielder New Zealand Manager Director, Tim Deane, is the new Chair of the New Zealand Food and Grocery Council. He replaces Veronique Cremades, the Country Manager of Nestlé NZ, who has completed her term. Goodman Fielder NZ is one of our country’s largest consumer food companies with extensive dairy, baking and grocery portfolios, producing food locally at its 14 manufacturing sites. As well as providing Kiwi consumers with great food, it also exports ... more

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Meyer Gouda Cheese - The Best of the Best at NZ Champions of Cheese Awards

A second generation cheese making family with Dutch origins, Meyer Gouda Cheese has impressed local and international judges to secure the country’s top prize for cheesemaking. Highly commended for their traditional Dutch style cheeses, this year it is the Meyer’s innovation with new cheeses that has set them apart from the hundreds of entries submitted for judging. Picking up a slew of medals and four category Champion Awards, Meyer Gouda Cheese also collected the coveted ... more

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Rob Scoines appointed General Manager Sanitarium NZ

Sanitarium Health & Wellbeing New Zealand is pleased to announce Rob Scoines’ appointment as general manager New Zealand. Scoines brings excellent leadership and experience in building high performing teams to his new role. His wealth of experience in Sanitarium is represented by his significant years of service in a variety of roles, including accounting, HR, logistics, and manufacturing in locations across New Zealand and Australia. Most recently, Scoines’ ... more

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Satisfy your culinary curiosity

The Christchurch Food Show is on in April The much loved Food Show will be taking place in Christchurch’s Horncastle Arena from Friday 7th - Sunday 9th April, and Cantabrian visitors can look forward to a bounty of outstanding culinary experiences. For inspiration in the kitchen, enjoy cooking demonstrations from New Zealand’s top gastronomes Annabel Langbein, Annabelle White, Jonny Schwass, Michael Van de Elzen and Ray McVinnie. Be sure to take notes as they share ... more

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A celebration of women in the seafood industry

Nelson will launch a rolling programme of events around the globe today, International Women‘s Day, to celebrate the role women play in the seafood industry. Seafood women in Iceland, the United States, Chile, Europe, Australia and New Zealand are taking part. Donna Wells of Nelson’s Finestkind is organising a breakfast, the first event of rolling celebrations around the globe. Around 60 women in the seafood industry are attending the breakfast to be opened by ... more

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Aquaculture growth backed by newly appointed Group Manager

With recently appointed Group Manager Dr Serean Adams at the helm, the Cawthron Aquaculture Group is set to go from strength to strength. Over thirty expert scientists and support staff make up the Cawthron Aquaculture Group. Their goal is to increase the value of New Zealand’s aquaculture sector through research and innovation. Having led projects focused on hatchery technologies such as cryopreservation and shellfish developmental biology, Dr Adams is the ideal scientist to ... more

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Pinot Noir descends on our nationís capital

The vinous international spotlight will be on New Zealand’s capital this week with the Pinot Noir NZ 2017 celebration, described as the best Pinot Noir event on the planet. 600 of the most influential wine writers, industry experts and imbibers from twenty countries will congregate on the Wellington waterfront on Tuesday for three days packed full of inspirational speakers, tastings and an overall submergence in New Zealand’s most compelling red grape variety – ... more

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Fonterra appoints new Director Communications

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited this week announced the appointment of Helen Moore to the role of Director Communications, effective 1 January 2017. Helen, who has been heading up Communications in an acting capacity since September, brings over 15 years’ experience in business management to the role. Chief Executive Theo Spierings said Helen is ideally placed to lead the Co-operative’s internal and external communications function. “Helen will draw ... more

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