FGC Chief Executive, Katherine Rich, shares highlights from the FGC’s recent annual conference.
220 products were presented at the New Product Showcase at ISM 2017, the world’s largest trade fair for sweets and snacks.
New Zealand lamb has been named the hero of the dinner table when ranked against other family favourites by Kiwi home cooks.
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.
New Zealanders need to better understand the risks of prioritising user features over security when it comes to the many internet-connected devices we use, says a Massey University cybersecurity expert.
Three golds, five silvers and a bronze, plus the coveted People’s Choice Award, were all won by Foodstuffs’ Canterbury butchers at the Devro Great New Zealand Sausage Competition.
SIAL, the world’s largest food innovation exhibition, kicks off in Paris, France on 16th October.
Anyone who works in FMCG knows what a fantastic industry it is. The diversity of jobs, myriad points of entry, the great opportunities for promotion and to switch roles, the heights that are possible with the right skills and attitude. The list goes on.
Countdown celebrated outstanding members of its 18,000 team at the 2016 Countdown Gala Awards Dinner recently, announcing the winners of its three annual awards including Store Manager of the Year, Checkout Operator of the Year, and Forklift Operator of the Year.
Cameron Price from Villa Maria Hawke’s Bay is the Bayer Young Viticulturist of the Year 2016.
The finalists of the annual Best Design Awards, organised by the Designers Institute of New Zealand, have been announced.