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ingredientStop

DESCRIPTION: New Zealand's only online food ingredients shop for food manufacturers. ingredientStop is a New Zealand-owned importer, repacker and distributor of a wide range of ingredients from the worldís most ... more
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Convergence Partners | Permanent & Interim Appointments

DESCRIPTION: Convergence Partners is an Executive Recruitment business that has been instrumental in developing the talent framework behind many iconic FMCG brands. We have crafted a unique model that blends ... more
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New Zealand Winegrowers

DESCRIPTION: The New Zealand Winegrowers and all New Zealand winemakers and grape growers welcome you to the exciting world of New Zealand wine. Wine Institute of New Zealand Inc, and New Zealand Grape Growers ... more
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Cogito Food & Beverage

DESCRIPTION: Cogito Food & Beverage is a multi-disciplined consultancy that offers a complete business support and product & process development service for food manufacturers, importers, marketers and retailers. ... more
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Brewers Guild of New Zealand

DESCRIPTION: The Brewers Guild represents all of the breweries in New Zealand. The Brewers Guild of New Zealand is an Incorporated Society that represents the interests of the brewing industry. It does this ... more
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Release your inner Barista with the latest Nespresso Limited Edition coffees

Introducing BARISTA, three coffees crafted for ultimate personalisation Pairing the finest quality coffee with smooth milk is a flavour harmony that has long transfixed professional baristas. Now, Nespresso is bringing this sensation to the home with three new Limited Edition coffees, two of which have been especially created to be prepared with milk. Whether you indulge in a creamy Cappuccino, a full-bodied Espresso Macchiato or an extra intense Ristretto, there’s a BARISTA limited edition coffee to satisfy your senses and allow you to bring the coffee bar straight to your ... more

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Whey To Go - Whey Protein Concentrate: A New Zealand Success Story

This is a free, online, unrevised edition of the book Whey to Go - Whey protein concentrate, A New Zealand Success Story, which was published by Ngaio Press in 2014. It tells the story of an exceptionally innovative period in the history of the New Zealand dairy industry, the development of ultrafiltration, a technology that enabled the production of new food ingredients, whey protein concentrates (WPCs). These were so valuable that whey, previously a waste by-product, became a profitable industry.

Whey to Go was written by some of those early pioneers: Ken Kirkpatrick, Kevin Marshall, Dave Woodhams, Mike Matthews, Peter Hobman, Lee Huffman, Jim Harper, Robin Fenwick, John MacGibbon, and Arthur Wilson.


Photo: NZDRI, Palmerston North 1978.

Through the 60s, 70s and 80s, they led a group of talented young technologists, scientists and marketers in developing brand new products and processing technologies. From early development work and pilot plant trials at the NZDRI (now Fonterra Research Centre), to full-scale industrial production on different plants at several different dairy companies (in the days before Fonterra), and liaison with multinational customers, and international markets.


Photo: WPC gel testing

The book is not only a historical record, but a fine case study of the many disciplines involved in innovation and commercialisation in the food industry. It is the fifth and latest food science, technology and engineering text to be provided online and free by NZIFST, and makes a suitable companion to those other texts covering food product development and food engineering.

The book remains subject to copyright but may be downloaded for personal use.

www.nzifst.org.nz/publications/wheytogo.asp

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Sweet or savoury? Indulge both your snacking personalities guilt-free thanks to Fibre One Salted Caramel Squares!

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Another orange roughy success story

An orange roughy fishery south of Stewart Island has been given the green light to reopen after 19 years. In 1998, the seafood industry agreed to cease fishing in the ORH3B Puysegur area to ... more

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Alison.com launches new Diploma in Innovation Management for food & beverage manufacturing

Are you guiding or actively involved in delivering Innovation within a food or beverage manufacturer, or a food entrepreneur or a graduate looking for employment in innovation in the Food and ... more

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Fonterra announces Marc Rivers as new CFO

Today Fonterra has announced the appointment of Marc Rivers to the role of Chief Financial Officer, effective 1 March 2018. Marc is an experienced global finance executive with strong ... more

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2017 Tonnellerie de Mercurey NZ Young Winemaker of the Year announced

The 2017 Tonnellerie de Mercurey NZ Young Winemaker of the Year Final was held at Villa Maria in Auckland with the celebration dinner held at Ostro Restaurant where Kelsey Daniels (above) from ... more

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Dairy price up as butter, milk powder rise

Dairy product prices rose at the Global Dairy Trade auction, increasing for the third time in seven auctions, amid stronger-than-expected demand for whole milk powder. The GDT price index rose ... more

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Synlait delivers on growth strategy, reports $38.2m profit

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Major international food symposium in New Zealand

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Grocery exporters get access to Aust code of conduct training

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Lionís Alcohol&Me education programme a big hit

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Wine industry recognises viticultural excellence at 2017 Romeo Bragato Wine Awards

A Cabernet Franc from Canterbury has come out on top at this year’s Bragato Wine Awards. Grown by Lindsay Hill, in the Waipara West vineyard located in Canterbury, The Boneline Cabernet ... more