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    Countdown has launched its inaugural Trolley Report, a detailed analysis of New Zealand food and grocery trends based on the 2.7 million people who shop at Countdown each week.

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Sugary drinks taxed in US-first

Voters in Berkley California have backed a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on soft drinks (known as Measure D), making Berkeley the first US city to pass a law taxing sugary drinks. While the measure only needed a majority of “yes” votes to pass, it received support from over 75% of voters.

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BIOFACH 2015 in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, Germany, is the place where people have shared their passionate interest in organic food for more than 25 years.

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Loscam acknowledged for best innovation

Asia Pacific’s equipment pooling solutions experts, Loscam, have won the ‘Best Innovation Food & Beverage Service Provider Award’ presented at IMPACT CHINA: Food and Beverage Global Summit 2014, which was held recently in Beijing, China.

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Delays cause frustrations for suppliers

Several suppliers in New Zealand have apparently experienced cashflow, stock and marketing issues as a result of delays with Foodstuffs’ new SAP system and lack of codes for suppliers in recent months. FMCG Business talked to Foodstuffs’ management to find out when this situation will be resolved.

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