Food & beverage from New Zealand - FoodWorks Directory

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Baking Industry Association of New Zealand

DESCRIPTION: The Baking Industry Association of New Zealand is about supporting and promoting the baking industry, it's products, lead and grow the base of bakers and baking apprentices in New Zealand. Members ... more
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Hawkins Watts New Zealand

DESCRIPTION: A preferred supplier of specialised, high-grade food ingredients to many of Australasia’s leading food processing and manufacturing companies. We import and distribute premium products from the ... more
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Countrywide Distributors

DESCRIPTION: Countrywide Distributors is a nationwide group of food service distributors, supplying bulk food, including fresh, frozen & dry ... more
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DESCRIPTION: EMEX is New Zealand’s premier tradeshow for the manufacturing, engineering, machinery, electronics and technology industries. Next held 31 May -2 June 2016, ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane, Auckland, ... more
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DESCRIPTION: From the fresh, open farmlands of New Zealand comes a meat so tender, so delicious, that we gave it its own name. It's called Cervena® natural tender venison. Cervena is premium farmed venison ... more
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Lewis Road teams up with Chelsea Winter for new milk

Lewis Road Creamery has teamed up with one of New Zealands favourite foodies to develop its latest flavoured milk, which hits supermarket fridges nationwide from today (July 6). Created in collaboration with Chelsea Winter, Lewis Road Creamery Fresh Double Caramel Milk blends Lewis Road Creamery’s pure, permeate-free whole milk and two distinct caramels – a deep, golden caramel and a butterscotch. Chelsea and Lewis Road founder Peter Cullinane developed the recipe in the Lewis Road kitchen in small batches. It was then scaled for all of New Zealand to enjoy, without ... more


New Zealand Beverage Council (NZBC): The NZBC represents the manufacturers of New Zealand's juice, carbonated drink and bottled water brands, and their suppliers. It's members represent over 95 percent of all juice and non-alcoholic beverages sold at retail level in New Zealand. The organisation acts as a forum to discuss issues of concern and interest to the industry, as a lobby group, and as an advocate for consumer education on health & nutrition issues. It also organises and hosts the New Zealand Juice & Beverage Awards every year at its annual conference.

The new NZBC website incorporates consumer information about a range of issues facing the industry, and the role of commercially available fruit juices and beverages in a healthy diet. Product definitions, recommended guidelines, nutritional information, labelling, obesity, dental health, industry self-regulation, advertising, taxes, and low energy products - all are addressed in detail. Member companies are also listed, with links to media releases, research and other useful resources:

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Fifth time on top for Patrick Lam - Bacon & Egg Pie rules Supreme

A Bacon & Egg pie has won over the hearts of judges at the 20th Bakels NZ Supreme Pie Awards. Patrick Lam of Patrick’s Pie Group Gold Star Bakery, Tauranga has taken home the much ... more

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Frosty starts for Indonesian farmers on Fonterra Dairy Development Programme

Getting up early on a foggy frosty Waikato morning for calving is quite a change for the nine Indonesian farmers in New Zealand this winter with Fonterra’s Dairy Development programme. ... more

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New Zealand Pork, Bacon & Ham Awards: Coromandel, Akaroa and Dunedin butchers come out on top

New Zealand’s best pork products have been crowned with top honours going to butcheries in Coromandel, Akaroa and Dunedin. The 9th annual 100% New Zealand Pork, Bacon & Ham Awards were ... more

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Boysenberry may be of benefit to asthma suffers

Globally it is estimated that 150 million people are affected by asthma, with children making up around 10 percent of sufferers. In New Zealand, one of every nine adults and every seven children ... more

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Bayer Central Otago Young Viticulturist of the Year 2016 announced

Congratulations to Mike Winter from Amisfield who became the Bayer Central Otago Young Viticulturist of the Year 2016 on Friday 22 July. This is the third year Winter has taken out the title ... more

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Muffin Break’s coffee keeps customers coming back

There’s much that goes in to a cup of your favourite coffee, and most of it happens well before a shot is even pulled. And like anything worth waiting for, it’s the preparation that ... more

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MPI: No food safety risk associated with fish oil supplements

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and the Ministry of Health are confident a recent study provides no evidence of a food safety risk associated with fish oil supplements currently on the New ... more

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Hipgroup says BYO corkage charges can get screwed ...

Leading Auckland hospitality group Hipgroup has answered the prayers of BYO diners and will charge NO CORKAGE when it launches a BYO promotion on Monday. Cork and Fork BYO Mondays will allow ... more

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Vegetables for a hearty winter soup

Winter is the perfect time for homemade soup with seasonal vegetables offering plenty of delicious options, says 5+ A Day. Soup is an easy way to get more vegetables into your day while ... more

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Food manufacturers have obligation over safety and information on packs

Food manufacturers have an obligation not only to make sure their products are safe but also to give consumers as much information about them as possible, says Len Croudis, Country Manager for ... more

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Fonterra strengthening relationships with tangata whenua

At Fonterra we are endeavouring to better connect with tangata whenua hapū and iwi to build closer relationships that deliver value and growth opportunities. Fonterra is a big ... more

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You're invited to celebrate 25 years of food standards setting

Food Standards Australia New Zealand is hosting a symposium to mark its 25th anniversary of national food standards setting. FSANZ Chief Executive Officer Mr Steve McCutcheon said ... more

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Dr Mark Goodwin recognised - going 'in to bat' for the bees

Photograph courtesy Apiculture New Zealand: Dr Mark Goodwin (left) receiving the Peter Molan Award from Barry Foster of Apiculture New Zealand For almost thirty years Dr Mark Goodwin has been ... more