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    A Danone spokesperson said the company regrets the decision of the New Zealand court to delay its legal action challenging Fonterra Co-Operative Group's recall of baby-milk products.

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Griffin’s sold for big bikkies

In a statement issued this week, Griffin’s Foods Limited said it “is pleased to announce the sale of the company from funds advised by Pacific Equity Partners (PEP) to Universal Robina Corporation (URC) for NZ$700 million subject to Overseas Investment Office (OIO) approval.”

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Delay for Danone’s court case

A Danone spokesperson said the company regrets the decision of the New Zealand court to delay its legal action challenging Fonterra Co-Operative Group’s recall of baby-milk products.

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Carrefour expands

Carrefour is purchasing convenience stores operating in France under the Dia brand, to expand its small-format reach within its home market. The Dia France takeover was agreed at a cost of about NZ$820 million.

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Final call for 2014 NZ Food Awards entries

Will a South Island company finally take home the Supreme Award at this year’s NZ Food Awards? Or will the North Island continue its domination? Last year, several South Island businesses won key categories, including Healthier Choice, Beverages and the Rabobank Business Innovation Award.

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Big changes for Ansell

Ansell is axing 100 products as part of a massive restructure of its global operations. The changes will also result in 300 job losses, mostly from the closure of manufacturing sites in Malaysia and the United States.

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CHEP celebrates 40 years

CHEP offers managed, returnable and reusable packaging solutions to companies across the globe. With a pool of over 300 million pallets and containers worldwide, CHEP has more than 7,500 employees and operates in 49 countries.

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Personal apology from Countdown managers

Countdown is investigating staff said to have racially profiled a pregnant shopper in Hamilton because she is Maori. Rikki Cooper told the company she was embarrassed after being publicly accused of shoplifting in its Dinsdale supermarket last week.

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Growing through the roof

A Whole Foods Market store in New York has added a large climate-controlled farm on its roof, courtesy of local provider Gotham Greens. The hydroponic greenhouse needs no soil to grow high-quality vegetables year-round.

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