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Scratch for Cash, Coffee and Muffins

$10,000 and thousands of free coffees and muffins are waiting for you If you’re dropping into Muffin Break for a deliciously fresh barista made coffee, making sure you’ve paired it with one of their vast choices of freshly baked muffins (we’re partial to a delicious Duffin ...) your cheeky muffin break stop could prove lucrative with a chance to win $10,000, or one of thousands of free coffees and muffins. ‘Scratch for Cash!’ launches at Muffin Break ... more

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Dairy the new cream of choice in China

For chefs across China, it’s out with the old mock cream and in with the UHT cream as Fonterra ups capacity to meet growing demand. UHT cream, one of Anchor Food Professionals top selling products, is fast becoming the cream of choice for chefs in China and other parts of the world as they look for a product that has the freshness of pure dairy, won’t over whip and holds its shape for longer. Fonterra has recently completed a new one litre UHT line at its Waitoa ... more

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New York taste for NZ Eel growing

Growing demand for New Zealand eel by U.S. consumers has helped increase exports of the fish, particularly to New York according to new figures. Statistics New Zealand export figures for the industry show sales of eel to North America grew by 115% last year. Award winning US restaurateur and executive chef for Hawaiian Airlines Chai Chaowasaree says while the freshwater fish is not yet a common menu item throughout the country, increasingly eel is found in a more diverse range of ... more

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NZ on-job training qualifications take off in UAE

A new agreement between the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) of Dubai and ServiceIQ Industry Training Organisation (ITO) is a game-changer for the recognition of qualifications between the two countries. This means students or trainees who start their on-job or provider-led training in New Zealand or the UAE, will have a seamless path to achieving their qualification in either country. With an initial focus on the aviation industry, ServiceIQ has secured a ... more

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Muffin Break and Jamaica Blue Cafés lift the bar with national barista competition

Muffin Break and Jamaica Blue baristas nationwide have pitted their skills against their peers in the brands’ national coffee competition. Giving local baristas the chance to showcase their skills nationwide, it’s the brands’ first national barista competition in more than five years. Muffin Break and Jamaica Blue national operations manager Jon Hassall says the competition shows the brands’ commitment to quality. “We offer ongoing support to our ... more

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Satisfy your culinary curiosity

The Christchurch Food Show is on in April The much loved Food Show will be taking place in Christchurch’s Horncastle Arena from Friday 7th - Sunday 9th April, and Cantabrian visitors can look forward to a bounty of outstanding culinary experiences. For inspiration in the kitchen, enjoy cooking demonstrations from New Zealand’s top gastronomes Annabel Langbein, Annabelle White, Jonny Schwass, Michael Van de Elzen and Ray McVinnie. Be sure to take notes as they share ... more

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Harbourside season pick for cruise passengers

Royal Caribbean International’s Travelling Corporate Chef, David Reihana, has named Harbourside’s Seafood Platter as the top pick for discerning passengers to try in Auckland Harbourside’s Head Chef Thomas Barta thoroughly impressed Royal Caribbean’s Travelling Corporate Chef David Reihana during the weekend with his Ovation of the Seas inspired Seafood Platter with its outstanding presentation and ocean of flavours. It has now been named this season’s must ... more

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New food plans make law easier for businesses

The government is proposing changes to improve the written plans that it provides for businesses to manage food safety. A consultation, released today, calls on food businesses to decide if the new version is easier to use. The plans – called template food control plans – are used by businesses like restaurants, cafes and delis to comply with the Food Act. Sally Johnston, Manager Food and Beverage at the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) says “since the law ... more

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Muffin Break makes the merriest muffin in town

Feeling a little festive? Here at Muffin Break we are. Christmas is just around the corner and what better way to get into the spirit than with a treat of the merry muffin kind. Muffin Break’s Christmas Muffin is straight from the Muffin Lab complete with all the Christmas joy one could ask for – a cheerful blend of dried fruit, a touch of cinnamon and a twist of fresh citrus peel to boot. Don’t go past the merriest of Christmas treats this festive season. ... more

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Sidart restaurant reinvented

Multi-award winning chef Sid Sahrawat’s pursuit of perfection doesn’t only apply to his cooking. To ensure the entire dining experience is as flawless as the food he creates, Sid’s Auckland restaurant Sidart has been reinvented – but with the same innovative menu and inspirational art on a plate. With some of the best views of the Auckland skyline, the fine dining restaurant has undergone a lavish refurbishment and extension by interior design group Orb ... more

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