Fine Food New Zealand, 24-26 June 2018, ASB Showgrounds, Auckland

NEWS - FOOD SERVICE, HOSPITALITY

NEWS >> FOOD SERVICE, HOSPITALITY

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Dining on Emirates - the world’s largest flying restaurant

Emirates serves more than 100 million meals a year with the same attention to detail in First, Business and Economy Class. Catering for more than 55 million dine-in guests a year travelling to and from 144 cities across 6 continents, no one understands global culinary trends better than Emirates as it serves destination-inspired cuisine onboard the world’s largest flying restaurant. With a catering investment of US$1 billion per year, Emirates runs a round-the-clock kitchen with ... more

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Schoolkids win Christmas coffee cup designs for Kidscan

The Coffee Club New Zealand and KidsCan have launched three new Christmas coffee cup designs and two napkin designs, all created by school children who won a nationwide Christmas Cup Art Competition. The Coffee Club also introduced a “highly commended” award this year with six students recognised for their creativity. The total prize pool was increased to $15,600, up by almost $6000 from last year. The winning designs earned schools a total of $13,750 thanks to their budding ... more

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New ServiceIQ guide gives service careers a kick-start

For the first time, a comprehensive new guide that introduces young Kiwis to the many career opportunities in New Zealand’s booming service industry has been published by ServiceIQ, Industry Training Organisation (ITO) for tourism and travel, retail and retail supply chain, hospitality, aviation, and museums service sectors. Service Career Kick-Starter was launched to the whole of the country via the Sunday Star Times at the end of October. It’s packed full of helpful ... more

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Marc Soper wins Best Ōra King Dish New Zealand 2017

For the second year in a row, Marc Soper has won the Best Ōra King Dish New Zealand at the annual Ōra King Awards. Announced at the Ōra King Awards ceremony held in Tokyo yesterday, Marc Soper’s creation “Japanese inspired Ōra King Salmon, served with bone broth” (pictured above) was named the 2017 New Zealand winner. Leading food industry experts Lauraine Jacobs and Geoff Scott judged the New Zealand category and both attended the ... more

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Superior skills win gold for famous Dunedin Brewery

The very best service is on tap at one of Dunedin’s finest breweries. Top-rating Emerson’s Taproom has taken out the coveted ServiceIQ Excellence in Training and Staff Development Award at the glittering NZ Hospitality Awards 2017 event held in Wellington. Emerson’s Brewery Venue Manager Charlotte Janssen says hospitality is a profession and the goal is to have the most passionate, knowledgeable and engaged team around. Rather than taking a one-size-fits-all ... more

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Dining packages released for 2017 Auckland Trotting Cup

Alexandra Park’s popular dining packages for Auckland Cup Day on New Year’s Eve have now been released and interest has again been strong. “We’re telling people that if they want a table for New Year’s Eve to book now to avoid disappointment,” says Danielle Upton, Sales & Events Coordinator at Alexandra Park. Tickets to the sumptuous buffet dinner range from $60 per person through to $110 for premium beverage packages and prime viewing. Hosted ... 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 year. Fonterra Chief Operating Officer, Consumer and Foodservice, Lukas Paravacini, said the achievement is the result of changing lifestyles by consumers and a new way of working, which is about partnering with customers to help their businesses succeed in this rapidly growing industry. ... 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 the year. Put your sweet tooth to the test with these spooky Halloween Orange spider web muffins made with Orange and Chocolate topping. Or opt for Chorizo and Pumpkin, a savoury treat with caramelised onion, this delicious muffin is frightfully good. Available until 31 October. Chorizo and ... more

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The Coffee Club finds new Hamilton home at region's first true Motorway Service Centre

The Coffee Club New Zealand has opened the doors to The Coffee Club Te Rapa Service Centre in Hamilton. Hamilton’s first true motorway service centre sits on the major entrance route to Hamilton. Anchored by BP, it is home to a number of iconic retail brands. The Coffee Club Te Rapa Service Centre holds a prime spot next to the newly opened Perry Bike Park. The launch is a fairly recent development. Only a fortnight ago, store owner, Richard Sun, was heading up The Coffee ... more

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Fun for the kids these school holidays

The school holidays are here, so why not treat yourself to a coffee and muffin while the kids entertain themselves with a Muffin Break Kids Meal and Slap Band. Muffin Break’s Kids Meal offer ticks all the boxes with a Mini Choc-Chip Muffin or Cookie, Sandwich, Charlie’s juice and 1x Muffin Break Slap Band. The Slap Bands come in 4 fun colours, with one to be included in every meal so kids can collect them all! Available for a limited time only, while stocks ... more

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