Renaud Tinel, who is currently the General Manager of Nespresso Oceania, has been appointed to the position of General Manager Asia Region, effective October 1. Tinel will be based in Singapore.
Introducing Kiri – NZ’s first Greek style spreadable cream
Kiri - one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing cream…
Business information analysts at IBISWorld expect that contactless payment methods could replace traditional physical credit and debit card payments by 2020 for transactions under $100.
With a splash of colour, distinctive packaging, and a range of versatile products, Mother Earth is sweetening the honey aisle in supermarkets with their new honey range made by New Zealand bees.
Golden State Foods (GSF), one of the largest diversified food processors and distributors in the U.S., has acquired ownership of Snap Fresh Foods, a New Zealand-based provider of premium salad greens, vegetable mixes, baby-peeled carrots, fresh sprouts, dressings and condiments.
Wellington’s Westpac Stadium was filled with the glorious aromas and mouth-watering sights of the annual Foodstuffs Fresh and Grocery Trade Expo this month.
Last year’s hugely popular collectable craze, which swept the country and inspired kids, parents and grandparents to trade and swap their way to a full set, returns to New World on Monday 18 August and this time it is bigger and better than before.
Countdown’s newest stamp collection programme features dinnerware by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver. Countdown’s General Manager for Marketing Bridget Lamont says the dinnerware range is the perfect addition to Kiwi kitchens for everyday use or dinner parties.
Whakatane shoppers are about to see big changes at their local PAK’nSAVE as a refurbishment project commences in September. The upgrade will create a larger and more modern store, with a 33% increase to the store’s retail area.
Foodstuffs intends to make Visa payWave payments available to its members, who collectively operate 3,500 terminals in 700 stores including PAK’nSAVE, New World and Four Square stores.
Four Square is a New Zealand business story that started in the 1920s and grew to become a part of our national heritage. It all started after the First World War with a company that was developed out of desperation and born in adversity, one which would develop a tradition of service to be proud of.
Lyttelton SuperValue in the South Island has opened its doors after extensive damage from the 2011 earthquakes closed the existing supermarket. The brand new store is situated in London Street in the heart of Lyttelton and has been highly anticipated by the port town community.
Quicker and easier entry to the complex mainland China market will be assisted by a new collaboration of New Zealand primary industry businesses.