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Recall: Venerdi Brand Toast Me Organic Sourdough Gluten Free Bread Loaf 600g

Venerdi are initiating a recall of their Toast Me Organic Sourdough Gluten Free Bread Loaf 600g gluten-free Bread after discovering that the product has been contaminated with gluten. Name of Product and Identification Venerdi Brand Toast Me Organic Sourdough Gluten Free Bread Loaf 600g Best Before: All dates between 9 March 2015 to 12 March 2015 (inclusive) Package Description & Size: The product is sold in 600g plastic pack NZ Distribution: The product is sold ... more

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Pakuranga Nosh expected to create 20 jobs

Auckland’s eastern bays shoppers are getting their own state-of-the-art Nosh Food Market store mid-year. The new 630 sq. m. store on Pakuranga Highway opposite the Pakuranga Plaza shopping centre is Nosh’s eighth and will showcase a new modern layout for the brand. Nosh is a market-style concept in food shopping bringing together the authenticity and expertise of butchery, bakery, delicatessen, the greengrocer and more under one roof. It focuses on quality ... more

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Fonterra maintains Farmgate Milk Price forecast

Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited today maintained its current forecast Farmgate Milk Price for the 2014/15 season at $4.70 per kgMS. Along with the previously announced estimated dividend range, this amounts to a forecast Cash Payout of $4.95 – $5.05 for the current season. Chairman John Wilson said that although dairy commodity prices had gone up, the increase was not sufficient to raise the forecast Farmgate Milk Price at this time. “Since December, GDT prices ... more

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United Fresh takes the lead in food safety

New Zealand’s only pan-produce organisation, United Fresh New Zealand Incorporated, has established a new Food Safety and Traceability Committee. United Fresh Executive Member, Dr Hans Maurer (pictured below), has been appointed chairman of the committee. Also appointed to the committee are Mathew Dolan from Horticulture New Zealand, Stephen Twinn from Snap Fresh Foods and Anne-Marie Arts from The AgriChain Centre, who was also confirmed in her role as United Fresh Food Safety ... more

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Australian buyers have Wellington artisan foods in their sights

Photo: Christine Stopforth (left) and Kathy Campbell (right) and from Totara Cottage, Upper Hutt introduce their artisan gourmet baking range at the Visa Wellington On a Plate Supplier Showcase at the Michael Fowler Centre. Food and beverage buyers from Sydney are talking export deals with Wellington producers after having their taste-buds tempted at the Visa Wellington On a Plate Supplier Showcase. Over 50 of the Wellington region’s top food and beverage suppliers exhibited at ... more

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Wendys 'MaKeys' fresh music

Wendy’s enlists new technology, King Kapisi and Vodafone Warriors to ‘MaKey MaKey’ fresh Big Kahuna campaign Wendy’s popular Big Kahuna burger is back but “fresher than ever” with a new campaign that sees music made out of burger ingredients. Made with caramelised pineapple, manuka smoked bacon, natural swiss cheese, smokey BBQ sauce and an artisan French-style brioche bun, the new burger is available for a limited time for $9.90 at all ... more

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Distinguished Professor Paul Moughan appointed to global food think tank

The world's leading science academy body has set up a four-person think tank to report on ways to reduce the number of chronically malnourished people and address the challenge posed by the planet's rapidly growing human population. The Global Food and Nutrition Security Think Tank will be chaired by Professor Volker ter Muelen of Germany and includes Distinguished Professor Paul Moughan of the Riddet Institute, a Government-funded centre of research excellence hosted by Massey University ... more

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Dairy prices surge 10 per cent at latest auction

Dairy prices posted their fifth consecutive gain at this morning's GlobalDairyTrade auction, the GDT price index surging by 10.1 per cent since the last auction a fortnight ago. Analysts had expected prices to firm in response to lower supply brought on by drought conditions on the east coasts of both the North and South Islands. Whole milk prices -- the most important product for New Zealand producers - traded at $US3272 a tonne, up 13.7 per cent from the last sale. Elsewhere, ... more

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Even easier EasiYo

Iconic Kiwi yogurt maker redesigned for future EasiYo’s ingenious yogurt maker has been given a makeover - the first-ever redesign of this Kiwi icon in its near 23-year history. Designed with the help of award-winning Christchurch design engineers 4ormfunction, the new sleeker, more compact model fits better on the kitchen shelf and has a stylish new look. Functionality improvements include an easy grip handle, non-slip feet and smooth surfaces which make for easy ... more

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Fruit fly detected: bring back 100 percent X-ray screening now says HortNZ

Horticulture New Zealand wants 100% x-ray of passenger bags reinstated at our international airports, at least until summer ends, following yet another Queensland fruit fly detection. For the fourth time in three years New Zealand’s $5 billion horticulture industry and all 5500 commercial fruit and vegetable growers are waiting to see how bad this detection will be. “So far it is only one fly. And we fully support the Ministry for Primary Industries’ response ... more

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