As it celebrates 45 years on the farm, jam maker Barker’s of Geraldine is toasting its success with a trio of top business awards.
SER!OUS Smoothies launch two new flavours
SER!OUS Smoothies are launching 2 new tasty flavours…
To celebrate their continued support of World of WearableArt (WOW), Brancott Estate is releasing four limited edition bottles in the lead up to the 2014 World of WearableArt Awards Show season.
Veritas Investments, which owns the Mad Butcher franchise business, has entered into a conditional agreement to buy gourmet retail chain Nosh Food Market for an undisclosed sum.
Sealord Group has appointed experienced food industry leader Steve Yung as the company’s next CEO. Canadian born Yung has most recently been Managing Director of McCain Foods Australia/New Zealand and took up his new role, based in Auckland in August.
Consumers remain positive, though less upbeat. The ANZ-Roy Morgan New Zealand Consumer Confidence Index eased to 125.5 in August, down 7 points on the month prior and reversing lifts in sentiment over the preceding two months.
Toilet tissue and paper towel manufacturer Cottonsoft and awareness and advocacy organization Beat Bowel Cancer Aotearoa (BBCA) are proving a good match.
We are proud to announce that the 2014 Huhtamaki NZ Coffee Awards has selected Hospitality Business as its media partner for this year’s event.
As a long-time supporter of the palliative care organization, Dilmah has donated tea requirements to every Hospice in New Zealand since 1997, ensuring that those who rely on the service, together with their families, friends, visitors, Hospice staff and volunteers, can share comfort over a cup of tea.
New Zealand Cheese Month returns this October with the country’s top specialist cheesemakers, major supermarkets and cheesemongers all supporting the month long celebration of Kiwi cheese.
Kaipara District Council Commissioner, John Robertson, has recently opened Countdown’s new Dargaville store. Store Manager Craig Unsworth says the new supermarket will offer Dargaville customers a new and improved shopping experience.
In our increasingly cashless society, charities relying on cash donations from street appeals can be on the losing end of technology advances. Many people simply don’t carry coins and notes in their wallets, instead paying for everything with EFTPOS or credit card.
The SPAR chain encompasses over 12,000 retail stores in 35 countries on four continents. SPAR has achieved cumulative growth of 18% over the last four years and a new partnership agreement will see more than 30 SPAR Hypermarkets operational across India by 2019.