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Dairy product prices slide amid confidence in outlook for supply

Dairy product prices fell at the Global Dairy Trade auction, declining for the sixth time in nine auctions, amid bets on sufficient supply. The GDT price index fell 1 per cent from the previous auction two weeks ago to US$3,204. Some 35,669 tonnes of product was sold, down from 37,990 tonnes at the previous auction. Whole milk powder slipped 0.5 per cent to US$3,014 a tonne. Rennet casein dropped 8.6 per cent to US$5,612 a tonne, while skim milk powder slumped 5.6 per cent to ... more

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Barker’s, T&G Global win at NZ Food Awards

The NZ Food & Grocery Council congratulates members Barker’s of Geraldine and T&G Global for their success at the Massey University NZ Food Awards. Barker’s won a category for the third year in a row, this year for a new product in the Villa Maria Non-Alcoholic Beverages Award category – Squeezed Fruit Botanicals Syrup: Squeezed Lemons with Lime, Cucumber and Mint. They won the dry category award in 2015 with their New Zealand Seedless Berry Bramble Preserve, and ... more

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Fonterra food service business tops $2 billion in revenue

Fonterra’s Foodservice business, Anchor Food Professionals, became New Zealand’s sixth biggest export business today, having generated more than $2 billion in annual revenue over the past year. Fonterra Chief Operating Officer, Consumer and Foodservice, Lukas Paravacini, said the achievement is the result of changing lifestyles by consumers and a new way of working, which is about partnering with customers to help their businesses succeed in this rapidly growing industry. ... more

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Golden glow for Lawson’s Dry Hills at four wine shows

The Lawson’s Dry Hills portfolio has again excelled at local wine competitions with a total of 12 gold medals awarded at the 2017 New Zealand International Wine Show, the 2017 New World Wine Awards, the 2017 Marlborough Wine Show and the Six Nations Wine Challenge. The awarded wines are: o Lawson’s Dry Hills Gewurztraminer 2016 o Lawson’s Dry Hills Pinot Gris 2016 o Lawson’s Dry Hills Reserve Pinot Noir 2015 o Mount Vernon Sauvignon Blanc ... more

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Award spotlight shines on Pinot Noir NZ 2017

Photo L-R: Carla O’Neil, GM, Avenues Auckland, Philip Gregan, CEO, NZ Winegrowers, Melanie Walker, MD, Avenues, Rachael Fletcher, EO, Pinot Noir NZ, Alistair King, Pinot NZ 2017 Board member, Angela Willis, Global Events, NZ Winegrowers, Ben Glover, Chair, Pinot Noir NZ 2017. Pinot Noir NZ 2017 has received national recognition at the New Zealand Event Awards, picking up Best Business Event of the Year at the glittering ceremony held at Sky City in Auckland on Wednesday night. ... more

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North Canterbury winery Waipara Hills takes top awards

Waipara Hills was the big winner at the New Zealand Aromatic Wine Competition and Canterbury Wine Competition judging weekend in Christchurch recently. Nearly 300 wines were judged over two days by a blind panel of international and national wine judges. Waipara Hills Waipara Valley Riesling 2016 was judged as the Supreme Champion Wine in Show and Supreme Champion Canterbury Wine in Show as part of the new Canterbury Wine Competition. Chairman of judges Jim Harre said, “The ... more

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Judges add international flavour to Air New Zealand Wine Awards competition

New Zealand’s premier wine competition, the Air New Zealand Wine Awards, will welcome three international judges to the 2017 team when judging kicks off on Monday at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland. Wine producer and consultant PJ Charteris (Australia), wine writer Elaine Chukan Brown (USA), and Master of Wine and wine buyer Sarah Knowles (UK) arrive in the country over the next few days, bringing with them a wealth of international wine industry and judging experience. New Chair of ... more

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Dairy leads 3.0 percent annual rise in food prices

Food prices increased 3.0 percent in the year to September 2017, Stats NZ said today. This followed a 2.3 percent increase in the year to August 2017. "Prices for dairy products including butter, fresh milk, cheese, and yoghurt were all higher in the year to September," consumers price index manager Matthew Haigh said. "For every $100 spent on food, Kiwis spent about $10 on these dairy items." Butter prices have continued to increase through the month of September ... more

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We’ve got a trick to help you in the treat department

Halloween is fast approaching and to celebrate, Muffin Break have two limited edition tasty treats that will leave you feeling sweet and superstitious on what promises to be the freakiest day of the year. Put your sweet tooth to the test with these spooky Halloween Orange spider web muffins made with Orange and Chocolate topping. Or opt for Chorizo and Pumpkin, a savoury treat with caramelised onion, this delicious muffin is frightfully good. Available until 31 October. Chorizo and ... more

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The Coffee Club finds new Hamilton home at region's first true Motorway Service Centre

The Coffee Club New Zealand has opened the doors to The Coffee Club Te Rapa Service Centre in Hamilton. Hamilton’s first true motorway service centre sits on the major entrance route to Hamilton. Anchored by BP, it is home to a number of iconic retail brands. The Coffee Club Te Rapa Service Centre holds a prime spot next to the newly opened Perry Bike Park. The launch is a fairly recent development. Only a fortnight ago, store owner, Richard Sun, was heading up The Coffee ... more

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