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Taylors Wines takes on New Zealand

Australian wine company Taylors Wines is pleased with their early sales results in New Zealand. In a press release and sales report, Taylors said it was seeing early results from its investment in the New Zealand market with strong sales increases in the first quarter of its new distribution company.

Food, wine and stories

A new book, Amisfield: Food, wine and stories from Central Otago, provides insights, anecdotes and recipes from celebrated wine producer Amisfield and its award-winning Amisfield Bistro.

New MD for CCANZ

Chris Litchfield is the new Managing Director of Coca-Cola Amatil New Zealand and Fiji. The appointment is testament to Litchfield’s ability to lead high performing teams and his tenure at the company of more than two decades.

In search of superior sausages

The annual Devro New Zealand Sausage competition went off with a bang as entries opened for the 21st time. Butchers nationwide are putting their best sausages forward in the hopes of taking out the 2014 Supreme Award.

ECNZ award for innovation

Cottonsoft is celebrating. Following the recent expansion of its Dunedin manufacturing facility and having earned the ECNZ (Environmental Choice New Zealand) ecolabel in 2013 after a rigorous auditing process, the toilet tissue and paper towel manufacturer has now been named the 2014 winner of the annual ECNZ innovation award.

Do More for the All Blacks – new campaign

Designed to support the All Blacks in a very Kiwi way as they take on the challenges that the remainder of 2014, and 2015 will bring, Do More will be a production with a difference. It will be written by, directed by and starring everyday New Zealanders.

Major new CO2 plant for New Zealand

BOC has announced the commencement of a new CO2 plant at Refining NZ’s Marsden Point refinery near Whangarei. To be built at a cost of approximately $40 million, the plant will purify CO2 for supply to customers in a variety of industries including food and beverage, dairy, wine, meat, pulp and paper, and horticulture.

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