John Buckley’s monthly round up of all the tech worth knowing about, for work, rest and play.
It’s been a journey full of discovery, exploration and creativity for Left Field, as the wine creations are released to the world.
Seafood processor Sanford is considering closing its mussel plant in Christchurch, which employs 232 people. Sanford staff shucking mussels at the Riccarton plant say they have been on unpredictable shifts of two to five days a week for a while.
The first kiwifruit charter ship for 2015 set sail from the Port of Tauranga on 28 March, marking the start of a season promising strong growth with volumes back to pre-Psa levels, Zespri’s Chief Executive Lain Jager says.
It’s another stellar year for the “Dutchies”, securing all three supreme titles at the 2015 New Zealand Champions of Cheese Awards.
Taking place at the Horncastle Arena between 1 – 3 May 2015, taste buds are set to tingle as tickets to New Zealand’s favourite foodie event, The Food Show Christchurch, go on sale.
Prime Minister John Key was given a tour of Manuka Health’s brand new multi-million dollar, purpose-built honey processing and distribution centre on a recent visit to Te Awamutu in the Waikato.
Which products are in demand for our furry friends? Pet food suppliers shared their news with FMCG Business.
FMCG Business talked to local suppliers to find out what’s trending in NZ supermarkets.
BrandWorld would like an opportunity to respond to some of Clinton Beuvink’s claims in this month’s issue of FMCG Business [April 2015 issue, pg 36-37].
Fonterra tankers are wearing the Anzac poppy with pride this month to commemorate the centenary of the Anzac landings at Gallipoli.
Thousands of local businesses are not ready to meet Google’s upcoming ‘Mobilegeddon’ deadline according to a local marketing expert.
Amazon’s drone testing programme has received a new boost from federal regulators in the US.
New Zealand Kettle Korn, a leading snack brand, has become an official All Blacks licensee, one of only a handful of food businesses to be granted the honour.
A lone robber used a plastic gun to hold up a shopkeeper at a Hamilton superette, then made off with the till and an estimated $1000 in cash inside it, reports the Waikato Times.
The installation of a fully automated sorting, stacking and washing system for CHEP’s foldable Reusable Plastic Crates (RPCs) is underway at CHEP’s Penrose Service Centre in Auckland.
Whether your Mum is a passionate foodie, or a hard worker who deserves a treat, you can make this Mother’s Day a luxurious and indulgent occasion for her with The Langham, Auckland.
The Federal Court in Australia has ordered Coles supermarkets to pay penalties of A$2.5 million for making false representations and engaging in misleading conduct in relation to the promotion of its par-baked bread products in proceedings brought by the ACCC.