Nutrient-packed, natural and convenient snack foods are in hot demand for busy people on the go.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy is seeking public comment on a proposal to relocate up to six salmon farms in the Marlborough Sounds.
Gilmours has swung in behind the team at Emirates Team NZ as an Official Supplier as they set their sights on bringing the America’s Cup home in 2017.
From 12th – 14th May 2017, Fairtrade NZ is encouraging Kiwis to go bananas in support of Fairtrade banana farmers and workers getting a fairer deal around the world.
Barbecue enthusiasts from all over the country will flock to Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds on February 25, for the first ever Meatstock NZ barbecue war.
Mondelēz has reached an agreement to sell most of its grocery business in Australia and New Zealand to Bega Cheese for $460 million AUD.
Personal care products with plastic microbeads have been outlawed in the United States and the ban is now also coming to New Zealand.
The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) will be providing funding to support Foodstuffs’ trial of electric delivery vans in 2017.
Carrefour Group has announced that it will be putting an internal price on carbon, aiming to reduce its 2010 levels of carbon emissions.
Supermarket chain Waitrose is predicting that watermelon water, charcoal and Polynesian food are set to be big trends in the UK in 2017.
The makers of Nurofen have been fined $6 million for misleading consumers over its “specific pain range” tablet claims.
Countdown continues to make healthy eating more accessible with the launch of nutritional information on almost 10,000 products on their online shopping website.