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We’ve all heard the stories of Italian Bellas with skin like butter and hair like silk – but what is the secret of their seemingly ever-lasting beauty? Long famed for its wonderful effects on outer beauty, the Mediterranean diet doesn’t just keep the ladies (and lads) of the Med looking great, it keeps them healthy on the inside too. But this isn’t your typical ‘diet’ – no rabbit food found here! Defined by its rich Omega-3 content, this diet includes fish, veggies, legumes, nuts and olive-oil, all accompanied by red-wine ... more
Hubbards: Food technologist Dick Hubbard and his wife Diana set up Hubbard Foods in 1988. The company was originally located in a small factory in Onehunga and called Winner Foods, but in 1990, they changed the company name and launched the first Hubbards branded cereals. Hubbards is now a major presence in the supermarket breakfast cereals aisle. Over the years Hubbards cereals have featured strongly in the annual Food Awards and launched numerous now iconic products such as Fruitful Breakfast, Berry Berry Nice, Bugs 'n' Mud, and Honey Bumbles. Hubbards the company has over the years supported and been associated with many causes, including Outward Bound, scholarships and careers in food technology at Massey University, the NZ Business for Social Responsibility Organisation, and Ronald McDonald House.
Along with their re-launched website and branding, Hubbards recently introduced their new Amazing range of mueslis: Natural 5 Grains & Hazelnut, Lightly Toasted Apricot & Papaya, Lightly Toasted Pineapple & Coconut, Toasted Pomegranate & Blueberry, Toasted Muesli Almond and Pecan, Toasted Feijoa & Apple, and Double Toasted Golden Syrup & Cranberry.
Fonterra is initiating a recall of their Mainland ‘Tasty’ cheese slices after discovering a fault with the product packaging. Fonterra Brands NZ sales director Baden Ngan Kee said the ... more
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has responded to criticism alleging products relying on a new gene silencing technology are entering the food supply without adequate scrutiny. ... more
Twelve lucky school children from Point England School in Auckland had the enviable task to choose the best Kids Choice ice cream in the 2013 NZ Ice Cream Awards. The six boys and six girls ... more
Restaurateur Fleur Sullivan says her New Year Honour is recognition for her philosophy of championing fresh, local seafood and produce. "I think that this particular one is recognition of ... more
Green Meadows Beef, a New Zealand owned, family business that produces 100% grass-fed, free-range beef has opened the doors to its own butchery in New Plymouth. This is the natural next step for ... more
Production of a special one-off brew to celebrate ten years in the game is underway at Moa Brewing Company’s Marlborough home. In true craft beer style, only 100, three-litre jeraboams ... more
Food Week kicked off for a third year on Monday. The New Zealand Nutrition Foundation’s (NZNF) annual campaign is about building confidence in the kitchen and teaching Kiwis that cooking at ... more
From a total of 12 judges, three are flying in from Australia and one from Singapore to add their extensive experience to the eight-strong New Zealand team at this year’s Spiegelau ... more
Kiwifruit is a nutritional powerhouse; its unassuming skin encases high levels of the key nutrients associated with optimal health. The secret of the kiwifruit’s powerful nutrient ... more
The New Zealand Nutrition Foundation is encouraging Kiwi school students to take up the challenge and get creative in the kitchen with the Just Cook Create a Family Meal Challenge. The ... more
A local NZ IT Integration company has joined forces with popular pizza outlet Domino's Pizza to raise money for child-focussed charity CureKids. Software development and solutions agency The ... more
Starting early next month, McDonald's will begin selling a single Georgie Pie product at 11 of its restaurants in Auckland and Waikato. And New Zealand's biggest fast food operator isn't ruling ... more