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Strong presence at World Expo 2020 vital, says FGC

Having a strong presence at World Expo 2020 in Dubai is a vital part of New Zealand’s strategy to diversify and to strengthen other growing markets for food products and services, says NZ Food and Grocery Council Chief Executive Katherine Rich. “Dubai is an important hub for many Middle Eastern markets and it’s been a key area of export growth over the past few decades. “Showcasing New Zealand at the Dubai 2020 Expo gives our country another great ... more

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Whittaker’s re-imagines Toffee Milk

Whittaker’s have taken inspiration from their history once again with a new Whittaker’s Toffee Milk Chocolate. The original Whittaker’s Toffee Milk toffees were first created back in the 1930s and have been incredibly popular with kiwis ever since, so extending the concept is a natural step. The Limited Edition Whittaker’s Toffee Milk Chocolate comes in 250g blocks and 50g chocolate bars, and features delicious crunchy toffee milk pieces surrounded by ... more

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Whip your party platters into shape with new Lisa’s Whipped Dips!

If your home is the life of the party and dips are a non-negotiable on your party platters, whip your entertaining skills into shape with the premium taste experience of new Lisa’s Deliciously Whipped Dips! Luxurious, light and deliciously airy, new Lisa’s Whipped Dips are the perfect go-to for any gathering with friends and family. Made from premium dairy ingredients and full of savoury flavour, these are the next big thing for dip-loving Kiwis! Gluten free and ... more

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Apple prices continue to fall from January peak

Apple prices were $2.88 a kilogram in March, down more than $2.00 since hitting a record high in January, Stats NZ said today. Overall, food prices fell 0.3 percent in March, mainly due to lower fruit and vegetable prices. Fruit and vegetable prices were down 3.0 percent due to seasonally lower prices for apples and carrots. “Apple and carrot prices usually fall at this time of the year as we approach the colder months. One kilo of apples cost $2.88 in March compared with $4.40 ... 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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One in a million!

Mother Earth launches Very Berry Baked Oaty Slice More than one million Baked Oaty Slices are baked each week in eleven very different flavours, and now Mother Earth have introduced one very new, very delicious flavour to the mix: Baked Oaty Slices Very Berry. New Baked Oaty Slices Very Berry is true to its name, boasting a blend of different berry flavours. Mother Earth has combined cranberry and mixed berry pieces with wholegrain oats in a simple recipe that brings the taste ... more

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Get a slice of foodie paradise delivered to your door, with Farro Fresh Online

If cooking shows are non-negotiables when it comes to your viewing calendar and your culinary repertoire is more foodie fetish than fish fingers and peas, your kitchen is officially about to enter the realm of next-level cooking, with Farro Fresh now delivering your own slice of foodie paradise – direct to your door! No longer only the stuff that city dwellers’ dreams are made of, the new Farro Fresh online shop lets you trawl the aisles for standout local and international ... more

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Sustainable New Zealand seafood promoted in Australia - Sustainable Seafood Day

Photo: Sustainably-caught New Zealand orange roughy Australians are being told to choose New Zealand seafood on Sustainable Seafood Day, which will be celebrated today, 31 March, throughout Australia. This is because over 50% of New Zealand’s wild catch is now certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council. Sustainable Seafood Day is an annual initiative by the global certification standard for sustainable seafood, the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). It brings ... more

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Oobie Joobie - organic meets nostalgic

New Zealand’s childhood favourite now available in all organic OOB Organic has added a drop of nostalgia to their premium Ice Cream range with their latest innovation - Oobie Joobie Ice Cream. Knowing the special affinity and nostalgia Kiwis’ have for gum drops, OOB Organic has used the genuine article as the special ingredient in their new organic ice cream. The perfect combination of chewy jubes and a bubble-gum flavoured ice cream, Oobie Joobie Ice Cream is the ... 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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